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Factors Affecting the Utilization of the International Space Station for Research in the Biological and Physical Sciences Appendix I Future Investigations in Cell and Developmental Biology on the ISS Experiment Number Experiment Title Investigator/ Affiliation Target Mission/ Flight Duration Estimated Crew Time Comments 01-057 Drosophila Behavior and Gene Expression in Microgravity K. Beckingham, Rice University No earlier than 2004-2006 TBD CSA is lead agency, insect habitat 01-061 Genetic and Developmental Stability in Response to Long-Term Exposure of Drosophila Melanogaster to a Space Station Environment J. Thompson, University of Oklahoma No earlier than 2004-2006 TBD CSA is lead agency, insect habitat 01-062 Gravity and the Insect Circadian Timing System T. Hoban-Higgins, University of California, Davis No earlier than 2004-2006 TBD NASA is lead agency; ARC is lead center for definition 01-063 Mechanisms and Functional Consequences of Protein Kinase C Isoform Translocation Inhibition in Monocytes Exposed to Microgravity M.N. Hughes-Fulford, California Institute for Research and Education No earlier than 2004-2006 TBD ESA is lead agency 01-092 Effect of Spaceflight on Microbial Gene Expression and Virulence C. Nickerson, Tulane University No earlier than 2004-2006 TBD NASA is lead agency; ARC is lead center for definition
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