Cell Biology: Research & TherapyISSN: 2324-9293

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The Human Skeletal System and Spaceflight Analogs

The Human Skeletal System and Spaceflight Analogs

The human skeletal system is a dynamic system that plays vital roles in the sustenance of life. Bone loss is a phenomenon that occurs in humans both in short and in long term spaceflights. The phenotype can be also reproduced on the ground in human and animals and also modeled in cell-based analogs. With limited missions in space, experimental studies in these analogs have provided much of our understanding of bone loss.

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