ISS Mouse Study Spotlights Microgravity Menace
Mice reared in a centrifuge aboard the International Space Station returned to Earth with far more bone mass and 10% bigger muscles than mice that were not exposed to artificial gravity during the same 35-day spaceflight, early results from the first study using Japan’s Mouse Habitat Unit (MHU) show...
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