Extensive scientific research is currently being conducted in fields deemed important to the missions of SpaceBorn United. A partial bibliography is provided here to help promote research and collegiality in these emerging fields. The following research articles have been published in peer-reviewed journals and represent a sample of the review being conducted by our organization. This is not an exhaustive list.
Amann R. P., Deaver D. R., Zirkin B. R., Grills G. S., Sapp W. J., Veeramachaneni D. N., Clemens J. W., Banerjee S. D., Folmer J., Gruppi C. M., et al. Effects of microgravity or simulated launch on testicular function in rats. Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md.: 1985), 1992, vol. 73, 2 suppl, pp. 174S-185S.
Alberts, J R and Ronca, A E. “Rat pregnancy and parturition survive spaceflight challenge: new considerations of developmental consequences..” Journal of gravitational physiology : a journal of the International Society for Gravitational Physiology 4.2, 1997, ISSN 1077-9248
Aimar, C, Bautz, A, Durand, D, Membre, H, Chardard, D, Gualandris-Parisot, L, Husson, D and Dournon, C. “Microgravity and hypergravity effects on fertilization of the salamander Pleurodeles waltl (urodele amphibian)..” Biology of reproduction 63.2, 2000, pp. 551-558., ISSN 0006-3363, https://dx.doi.org/10.1095/biolreprod63.2.551
Agnew, James W, Fibuch, Eugene E and Hubbard, John D. “Anesthesia during and after exposure to microgravity..” Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 75.7, 2004, pp. 571-580., ISSN 0095-6562
Aceto, Jessica, Nourizadeh-Lillabadi, Rasoul, Bradamante, Silvia, Maier, Jeanette A, Alestrom, Peter, Loon, Jack Jwa van and Muller, Marc. “Effects of microgravity simulation on zebrafish transcriptomes and bone physiology-exposure starting at 5 days post fertilization..” NPJ microgravity 2, 2016, p. 16010., ISSN 2373-8065, https://dx.doi.org/10.1038/npjmgrav.2016.10