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    • Body Mass of SL-4 PLT 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the change in body mass over the course of the SL-4 SMEAT flight simulation for "PLT" (Simulation Pilot, Bo Bobko).
    • Body Mass of SL-4 SPT 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the change in body mass over the course of the SL-4 SMEAT flight simulation for "SPT" (Simulation Support, Dr. William Thornton)
    • Body Weight Change SL-3 Insertion and Recovery 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the body weight changes of the three SMEAT participants during the SL-3 mission and recovery days.
    • Body Weight Change SL-4 Insertion and Recovery 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the body weight changes of the three SMEAT participants during the SL-4 mission and recovery days.
    • Buckets, traps, and catch 

      Boyd, Mark F. (2012-01-23)
    • Budget de la science 

      Pasteur, Louis, 1822-1895. (Gauthier-Villars, 1868)
    • Building 

      Boyd, Mark F. (2012-01-24)
    • Buprenorphine metabolism by preterm placentas: A pilot study 

      Rachel McRee Kaufman (2007-10-31)
      The focus of this investigation is to attempt to identify and characterize the major enzyme responsible for metabolism of buprenorphine to nor-buprenorphine in human preterm placentas and to elucidate whether the ...
    • Calibration Curve Sl-2 SMMD MD-9 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph of the calibration curve for the SMMD (Specimen Mass Measurement Device) that was used to track SMEAT participant mass during simulation Skylab missions.
    • Carbon Catabolite Regulation of Yersinia pestis Pathogenesis 

      Willias, Stephan Patrick
      In order to survive in the unique environments associated with different aspects of the infectious cycle, Yersinia pestis evokes adaptive responses to concertedly regulate gene expression. The overall objective of this ...
    • CDR in SMMD (Specimen Mass Measurement Device) 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Photograph of "CDR" (Simulation Commander, Bob Crippen) in the "SMMD" (Specimen Mass Measurement Device).
    • Cellular mechanisms that modulate kainate receptor trafficking and assembly 

      Pornpun Vivithanaporn (2007-06-08)
      Kainate receptors (KARs) in the mammalian brain play a variety of physiological roles that require selective assembly, intracellular trafficking, and synaptic targeting. Cytoplasmic and non-cytoplasmic determinants that ...
    • Cellular requirements for antibody production in a novel LPS-enhanced model of autoimmune myasthenia gravis 

      Windy Rose Allman (2009-07-20)
      Bacterial lipopolysaccharide (LPS) is a T cell-independent adjuvant known to abrogate peripheral tolerance. For the first time, the potential of LPS to induce antigenspecific B cell responses to acetylcholine receptor ...
    • Center of Gravity/Center of Mass, SL-4 PLT 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph depicting the change in the CG/M from soles of feet for "PLT" (Simulation Pilot, Bo Bobko) throughout the SL-4 mission.
    • Certified Nurse Midwives' Barriers Toward Sexual Health Screening Practices 

      Obermeyer, Sarah A
      Sexuality and sexual heath are important components of general health screenings. Reports of sexual health screening practices are limited to physicians, nurses and nurse practitioners. No research exists to describe ...
    • Cervical collar 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1983)
      Photograph of Dr. Thornton conducting research during the STS-8 mission. This photograph shows Dr. Thornton wearing a cervical collar.
    • Chagas disease, need and progress made in implementing donor blood screening in the United States. 

      Edgar Rodriguez (2007-08-01)
      Background: Chagas disease is a parasitic infection caused by Trypanosoma cruzi affecting 11 million people worldwide. The condition can be acquired via exposure of a wound or mucosa to infected feces from a reduviid bug, ...
    • Change in Left Limb Volumes, SL-4 CDR 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph depicting the left arm and leg volumes during weightlessness and recovery for the SL-4 mission "CDR" (Simulation Commander, Bob Crippen).
    • Change in Left Limb Volumes, SL-4 PLT 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph depicting the left arm and leg volumes during weightlessness and recovery for the SL-4 mission "PLT" (Simulation Pilot, Bo Bobko).
    • Change in Left Limb Volumes, SL-4 SPT 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph depicting the left arm and leg volumes during weightlessness and recovery for the SL-4 mission "SPT" (Simulation Support, Dr. William Thornton).