European Researchers Using Arrays to ID Health, Performance Markers for Space Missions | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

The European Space Agency recently awarded €640,000 ($875,000) to a multidisciplinary research team to identify biomarkers related to sleep regulation, cognitive performance, and mood.

Using arrays, the team will monitor gene expression in a group of individuals stationed in Antarctica over the coming year to investigate the effect of exercise on sleep regulation, cognitive performance, and mood during both Antarctic summer and winter.

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