Cultivation in Weightless of E.coli- Producer of the Caf1 Protein (Astrovaktsina) - 11.22.16

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Experiment Details

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Principal Investigator(s)
G. Y. Scherbakov, M.D., Biopreparat, Russia

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Sponsoring Space Agency
Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos)

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ISS Expedition Duration
October 2007 - April 2008; April 2009 - September 2010

Expeditions Assigned
16,19/20,21/22,23/24

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Experiment Description

Research Overview
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Description
The study of effects of space flight environments on the process of cultivating in zero gravity an E. Coli producer of the Caf1 Yersenia pestis antigen protein. Obtaining data on the effects of zero gravity on the biosynthesis, secretion and biological properties of the E. Coli producer of genetically engineered antigen protein Caf1.

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Applications

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Operations

Operational Requirements and Protocols
Returned to Earth are Bioekologia cases and photographic materials taken during the experiment

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Results/More Information

The obtained data will be used for obtaining high-purity Caf1 proteins under ground conditions.

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Related Websites
Energia - Science Research on the ISS Russian Segment

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