Development of Planetary Protection Technologies for Potential Missions to Special Region
Development of Planetary Protection Technologies for Special Region Missions
A Collection of Microbes Associated with Spacecraft Assembly
Advancing a Collection of Microorganisms Associated with Robotic Spacecraft Assembly
Evaluating Embedded Bioburden in Spacecraft Materials
Assessing Bacterial, Archaeal, and Fungal Diversity of Spacecraft Associated Surfaces via Tag-Encoded FLX Amplicon Pyrosequencing
Assessment of Nucleic Acid-based Technologies for Detecting and Enumerating Bacterial Spores Embedded Within Spacecraft Materials
Characterization of Aspergillus fumigatus isolated from air and surfaces of the International Space Station
Comparative microbial diversity analysis between the NASA Standard Assay and molecular approaches for the Mars Exploration and Mars Science Laboratory Rovers
Comparison of Isolates Collected from Mars Bound Pre-Launch Spacecraft: Survival of Microorganisms Under Extreme Conditions
Comparison of the Promega and Kikkoman ATP Devices
Comprehensive Microbial Diversity Characterization of the International Space Station and Analogous Closed Habitats on Earth
Collecting Diverse Microorganisms from Rover Spacecraft
Creation of an In-House Mass Spectrometry Database using Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization-Time-of-Flight
How Many Particles are Present in the Air? Bioaerosol Detection Using an Air Particle Counter
Identification and Characterization of Isolates Collected from the MSL at Kennedy Space Center
Genetic and Metabolic Profiles of Microbial Isolates from the Mars Exploration Rovers
Identification Of Spacecraft-Associated Microorganisms Using Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/ Ionization Time-Of-Flight Mass Spectrometry
Metagenomics Approach to Predict Functonal Capabilites of Microbes in Clean Room Facilites
New Perspective on Cleanrooms and Human Pathogens
Phylogenetic and Phenotypic Diversity of Microbial Isolates from the Mars Exploration Rover
Phylogenetic Diversity of Microbial Isolates Associated with the Phoenix Mission
Strain-Level Identification of Spacecraft-Associated Microorganisms Using Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry
Robotic Spacecraft Associated Microorganisms
Survival of Fungi Isolated from Extreme Environments Under Simulated Mars UV and Atmospheric Conditions
Targeted Amplification of Antibiotic Resistant Genes Associated with the International Space Station Environment
The International Space Station Microbial Observatory Experiment
The Viable Microbiome In Controlled Indoor Environments: Metagenome Of The Living
Cleanroom Maintenance Significantly Reduces Abundance but Not Diversity of Indoor Microbiomes
Quo vadis? Microbial profiling revealed strong effects of cleanroom maintenance and routes of contamination in indoor environments
Survival of Antarctic Cryptoendolithic Fungi in Simulated Martian Conditions On Board the International Space Station
Draft Genome Sequences of Biosafety Level 2 Opportunistic Pathogens Isolated from the Environmental Surfaces of the International Space Station
Characterization of Aspergillus fumigatus Isolates from Air and Surfaces of the International Space Station
Draft Genome Sequences of Two Aspergillus fumigatus Strains, Isolated from the International Space Station
Non-Toxin-Producing Bacillus cereus Strains Belonging to the B. anthracis Clade Isolated from the International Space Station
Human presence impacts fungal diversity of inflated lunar/Mars analog habitat
Detection of antimicrobial resistance genes associated with the International Space Station environmental surfaces
Draft Genome Sequences from a Novel Clade of Bacillus cereus Sensu Lato Strains, Isolated from the International Space Station
Application of the ATP assay to rapidly assess cleanliness of spacecraft surfaces: a path to set a standard for future missions
Draft Genome Sequence of Solibacillus kalamii, Isolated from an Air Filter Aboard the International Space Station
Planetary protection for Europa radar sounder antenna
Functional Metagenomics of Spacecraft Assembly Cleanrooms: Presence of Virulence Factors Associated with Human Pathogens
Microbial diversity in a Venezuelan orthoquartzite cave is dominated by the Chloroflexi (Class Ktedonobacterales) and Thaumarchaeota Group I.1c
Paenibacillus phoenicis sp. nov., isolated from the Phoenix Lander assembly facility and a subsurface molybdenum mine
Implementing Planetary Protection Measures on the Mars Science Laboratory
Implementing Planetary Protection on the Atlas V Fairing and Ground Systems Used to Launch the Mars Science Laboratory
Microbiomes of the dust particles collected from the International Space Station and Spacecraft Assembly Facilities
Assessing the cleanliness of surfaces: Innovative molecular approaches vs. standard spore assays
Characterization of Hydrogen Peroxide–Resistant Acinetobacter Species Isolated during the Mars Phoenix Spacecraft Assembly.
Water behavior in bacterial spores by deuterium NMR spectroscopy.
Recurrent isolation of extremotolerant bacteria from the clean room where Phoenix spacecraft components were assembled.
Resistance of bacterial endospores to outer space for planetary protection purposes—experiment PROTECT of the EXPOSE-E mission.
The Evolution of Planetary Protection Implementation on Mars Landed Missions.
Determination of lethality rate constants and D-values for Bacillus atrophaeus (ATCC 9372) spores exposed to dry heat from 115 C to 170 C.
Evaluation of procedures for the collection, processing, and analysis of biomolecules from low-biomass surfaces.
Comprehensive census of bacteria in clean rooms by using DNA microarray and cloning methods.
Isolation and characterization of bacteria capable of tolerating the extreme conditions of clean room environments.
Pyrosequencing-derived bacterial, archaeal, and fungal diversity of spacecraft hardware destined for Mars.
Microbial succession in an inflated lunar/Mars analog habitat during a 30-day human occupation.
Insights into the extremotolerance of Acinetobacter radioresistens 50v1, a gram-negative bacterium isolated from the Mars Odyssey spacecraft.
Molecular bacterial community analysis of clean rooms where spacecraft are assembled.
Molecular microbial community structure of the Regenerative Enclosed Life Support Module Simulator air system.
Archaeal diversity analysis of spacecraft assembly clean rooms.
The shielding effect of small-scale martian surface geometry on ultraviolet flux.
Bacillus canaveralius sp. nov., an alkali-tolerant bacterium isolated from a spacecraft assembly facility.
Impact of assembly, testing and launch operations on the airborne bacterial diversity within a spacecraft assembly facility clean-room.
Effect of shadowing on survival of bacteria under conditions simulating the Martian atmosphere and UV radiation.
Tetrasphaera remsis sp. nov., isolated from the Regenerative Enclosed Life Support Module Simulator (REMS) air system.
Diversity of anaerobic microbes in spacecraft assembly clean rooms.
Viability of bacterial spores exposed to hydrazine.
Determination of lethality rate constants and D-values for heat-resistant Bacillus spores ATCC 29669 exposed to dry heat from 125° C to 200° C.
Hydrazine vapor inactivates Bacillus spores.
Assessment of bioburden encapsulated in bulk materials.
Description of Rummeliibacillus stabekisii gen. nov., sp. nov. and reclassification of Bacillus pycnus Nakamura et al. 2002 as Rummeliibacillus pycnus comb. nov.
Deinococcusphoenicis sp. nov., an extreme ionizing-radiation-resistant bacterium isolated from the Phoenix Lander assembly facility.
Description of Tersicoccus phoenicis gen. nov., sp. nov. isolated from spacecraft assembly clean room environments.
Bacillus horneckiae sp. nov., isolated from a spacecraft-assembly clean room.
Survival of Bacillus pumilus spores for a prolonged period of time in real space conditions.
A viability-linked metagenomic analysis of cleanroom environments: eukarya, prokaryotes, and viruses.
Microbial existence in controlled habitats and their resistance to space conditions.
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