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G. Barisano, Sepehrband, F., Collins, H. R., Jillings, S., Jeurissen, B., Taylor, A. J., Schoenmaekers, C., De Laet, C., Rukavishnikov, I., Nosikova, I., Rumshiskaya, A., Annen, J., Sijbers, J., Laureys, S. S. L., Van Ombergen, A., Petrovichev, V., Sinitsyn, V., Pechenkova, E. V., Grishin, A., Eulenburg, Pzu, Law, M., Sunaert, S., Parizel, P. M., Tomilovskaya, E., Roberts, D., and Wuyts, F. L., The effect of prolonged Spaceflight on Cerebrospinal Fluid and Perivascular Spaces of Astronauts and Cosmonauts, PNAS, vol. 119, no. 17, 2022.
A. Demertzi, Van Ombergen, A., Tomilovskaya, E., Jeurissen, B., Pechenkova, E. V., Di Perri, C., Litvinova, L., Amico, E., Rumshiskaya, A., Rukavishnikov, I., Sijbers, J., Sinitsyn, V., Kozlovskaya, I. B., Sunaert, S., Parizel, P. M., Van de Heyning, P. H., Laureys, S. S. L., and Wuyts, F. L., Cortical reorganization in an astronaut’s brain after long-duration spaceflight, Brain Structure and Function, vol. 221, no. 5, pp. 2873–2876, 2016.PDF icon Download paper (820.49 KB)
A. Van Ombergen, Jillings, S., Jeurissen, B., Tomilovskaya, E., Rumshiskaya, A., Litvinova, L., Nosikova, I., Pechenkova, E. V., Rukavishnikov, I., Manko, O., Danylichev, S., R. Rühl, M., Kozlovskaya, I. B., Sunaert, S., Parizel, P. M., Sinitsyn, V., Laureys, S. S. L., Sijbers, J., Eulenburg, Pzu, and Wuyts, F. L., Brain ventricular volume changes induced by long-duration spaceflight, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 116, no. 21, pp. 10531-10536, 2019.
A. Doroshin, Jillings, S., Jeurissen, B., Tomilovskaya, E., Pechenkova, E. V., Nosikova, I., Rumshiskaya, A., Litvinova, L., Rukavishnikov, I., De Laet, C., Schoenmaekers, C., Sijbers, J., Laureys, S. S. L., Petrovichev, V., Van Ombergen, A., Annen, J., Sunaert, S., Parizel, P. M., Sinitsyn, V., Eulenburg, Pzu, Osipowicz, K., and Wuyts, F. L., Brain Connectometry Changes in Space Travelers After Long-Duration Spaceflight, Front. Neural Circuits, 2022.