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How and why does the proteome respond to microgravity?


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Author(s): Grimm D, Wise P, Lebert M, Richter P, Baatout S
Publisher: Expert Reviews (formerly Future Drugs)
Publication year: 2011
Volume: 8
Journal issue: 1
Pages range: 13-27
ISSN: 1478-9450

Abstract

For medical and biotechnological reasons, it is important to study mammalian cells, animals, bacteria and plants exposed to simulated and real microgravity. It is necessary to detect the cellular changes that cause the medical problems often observed in astronauts, cosmonauts or animals returning from prolonged space missions. In order for in vitro tissue engineering under microgravity conditions to succeed, the features of the cell that change need to be known. In this article, we summarize current knowledge about the effects of microgravity on the proteome in different cell types. Many studies suggest that the effects of microgravity on major cell functions depend on the responding cell type. Here, we discuss and speculate how and why the proteome responds to microgravity, focusing on proteomic discoveries and their future potential.



How to cite
APA: Grimm, D., Wise, P., Lebert, M., Richter, P., & Baatout, S. (2011). How and why does the proteome respond to microgravity? Expert Review of Proteomics, 8(1), 13-27. https://dx.doi.org/10.1586/EPR.10.105

MLA: Grimm, Daniela, et al. "How and why does the proteome respond to microgravity?" Expert Review of Proteomics 8.1 (2011): 13-27.

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