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  • noun Plural form of clinostat.

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  • "Previous studies with cell cultures in clinostats showed increased cell death in T-cells when you take away the gravity stimulus," said Lebsack, "so it was a logical step to test whether we find the same effects in animals exposed to an actual lack of gravity."

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  • In these experiments, scientists mimicked weightlessness using clinostats - apparatuses that slowly rotate the study object so the Earth's gravitational pull is never perceived as coming from one consistent direction.

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  • In these experiments, scientists mimicked weightlessness using clinostats - apparatuses that slowly rotate the study object so the Earth's gravitational pull is never perceived as coming from one consistent direction.

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  • "Previous studies with cell cultures in clinostats showed increased cell death in T-cells when you take away the gravity stimulus," said Lebsack, "so it was a logical step to test whether we find the same effects in animals exposed to an actual lack of gravity."

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  • "Previous studies with cell cultures in clinostats showed increased cell death in T-cells when you take away the gravity stimulus, so it was a logical step to test whether we find the same effects in animals exposed to an actual lack of gravity," said Lebsack.

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  • In these experiments, scientists mimicked weightlessness using clinostats - apparatuses that slowly rotate the study object so the Earth's gravitational pull is never perceived as coming from one consistent direction.

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  • "Previous studies with cell cultures in clinostats showed increased cell death in T-cells when you take away the gravity stimulus, so it was a logical step to test whether we find the same effects in animals exposed to an actual lack of gravity," said Lebsack.

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  • In these experiments, scientists mimicked weightlessness using clinostats - apparatuses that slowly rotate the study object so the Earth's gravitational pull is never perceived as coming from one consistent direction.

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