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Space Motion Sickness malady

Summaries for Space Motion Sickness

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Wikipedia:63 Space adaptation syndrome (SAS) or space sickness is a condition experienced by around half of space... more...

MalaCards: Space Motion Sickness is related to motion sickness and neuronitis. An important gene associated with Space Motion Sickness is MON1A (MON1 secretory trafficking family member A). Affiliated tissues include testes, eye and brain.

Aliases & Classifications for Space Motion Sickness

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Related Diseases for Space Motion Sickness

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Diseases related to Space Motion Sickness via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards/GeneDecks gene sharing:

idRelated DiseaseScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1motion sickness11.2
2neuronitis10.2

Clinical Features for Space Motion Sickness

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Drugs & Therapeutics for Space Motion Sickness

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Genetic Tests for Space Motion Sickness

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Anatomical Context for Space Motion Sickness

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MalaCards organs/tissues related to Space Motion Sickness:

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Testes, Eye, Brain, Hypothalamus

Animal Models for Space Motion Sickness or affiliated genes

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Publications for Space Motion Sickness

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Articles related to Space Motion Sickness:

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idTitleAuthorsYear
1
A rationale for space motion sickness. (21748915)
2011
2
A rationale for space motion sickness. (21485406)
2011
3
A re-investigation of the role of utricular asymmetries in Space Motion Sickness. (21558639)
2011
4
Space motion sickness: incidence, etiology, and countermeasures. (16935570)
2006
5
Space motion sickness. (17021896)
2006
6
Preflight virtual reality training as a countermeasure for space motion sickness and disorientation. (15828634)
2005
7
Stimulation of the semicircular canals via the rotary chair as a means to test pharmacologic countermeasures for space motion sickness. (15354005)
2004
8
Squirrel monkeys and space motion sickness. (12047798)
2002
9
Medical prevention of space motion sickness--animal model of therapeutic effect of a new medicine on motion sickness. (12528715)
2002
10
Relationship between selected orientation rest frame, circular vection and space motion sickness. (10052580)
1998
11
Managing space motion sickness. (9416592)
1998
12
Histamine release from the hypothalamus induced by gravity change in rats and space motion sickness. (9177562)
1997
13
Development of space motion sickness in a ground-based human centrifuge. (11540754)
1996
14
Space motion sickness. (7741942)
1995
15
Comparison of treatment strategies for Space Motion Sickness. (11541638)
1993
16
Treatment efficacy of intramuscular promethazine for space motion sickness. (8447805)
1993
17
A predictive test for space motion sickness. (8275263)
1993
18
Further evidence to support disconjugate eye torsion as a predictor of space motion sickness. (1546939)
1992
19
Electrical vestibular stimulation and space motion sickness. (11540742)
1992
20
Comparison of treatment strategies for Space Motion Sickness. (11541442)
1992
21
Ocular torsion as a test of the asymmetry hypothesis of space motion sickness. (11537575)
1992
22
Space motion sickness, hearing loss, and bifocals meet their match in vestibular system's plasticity. (1880859)
1991
23
Otolith function in hypo- and hypergravity: relation to space motion sickness. (1927373)
1991
24
Is there a role for nonsedating antihistamines in motion sickness? Fallout from space research may soon benefit your patients. (11542203)
1991
25
Oculomotor function during space flight and susceptibility to space motion sickness. (11537148)
1991
26
Altered sensorimotor control of the body as an etiological factor in space motion sickness. (1930058)
1991
27
Space motion sickness. (2197405)
1990
28
Instability of ocular torsion in zero gravity: possible implications for space motion sickness. (2241730)
1990
29
Altered sensory-motor control of the head as an etiological factor in space-motion sickness. (2748293)
1989
30
Altered sensory-motor control of the head as an etiological factor in space-motion sickness. (11537411)
1989
31
Comparison of aerobic fitness and space motion sickness during the shuttle program. (3390102)
1988
32
Neurohumoral mechanism of space motion sickness. (11542422)
1988
33
Possible role of brain stem respiratory neurons in mediating vomiting during space motion sickness. (2960318)
1987
34
Space motion sickness preflight adaptation training: preliminary studies with prototype trainers. (11539742)
1987
35
Mechanisms of selective attention and space motion sickness. (3689281)
1987
36
The use of the logistic model in space motion sickness prediction. (3675512)
1987
37
Head movements in low and high gravitoinertial force environments elicit motion sickness: implications for space motion sickness. (3675494)
1987
38
Gastrointestinal motility in space motion sickness. (3675484)
1987
39
M.I.T./Canadian vestibular experiments on the Spacelab-1 mission: 4. Space motion sickness: symptoms, stimuli, and predictability. (3803476)
1986
40
The effective intensity of Coriolis, cross-coupling stimulation is gravitoinertial force dependent: implications for space motion sickness. (3485968)
1986
41
Head movements in non-terrestrial force environments elicit motion sickness: implications for the etiology of space motion sickness. (3707473)
1986
42
Arousal and stability: the effects of five new sympathomimetic drugs suggest a new principle for the prevention of space motion sickness. (3513752)
1986
43
Space motion sickness: etiological hypotheses and a proposal for diagnostic clinical examination. (3924014)
1985
44
Psychology of spaceflight: II. Suggested bases of space motion sickness: perceptual disorientation and elevated stomach pH. (3982930)
1985
45
Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors for prevention of space motion sickness: an avenue of investigation. (6517821)
1984
46
Etiological factors in space motion sickness. (6605145)
1983
47
Variations in gravitoinertial force level affect the gain of the vestibulo-ocular reflex: implications for the etiology of space motion sickness. (6971638)
1981
48
Coping with space motion sickness in Spacelab missions. (11543090)
1981
49
Space motion sickness. (11902170)
1979
50
Space motion sickness medications: interference with biomedical parameters. (11829024)
1977

Genetic Variations for Space Motion Sickness

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Expression for genes affiliated with Space Motion Sickness

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Expression patterns in normal tissues for genes affiliated with Space Motion Sickness

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Pathways for genes affiliated with Space Motion Sickness

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Compounds for genes affiliated with Space Motion Sickness

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