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From: Increased core body temperature in astronauts during long-duration space missions

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Changes in core body temperature at rest (left panel, a and c) and after exercise (right panel, b and d) during long-duration spaceflight. Grey shaded area shows time during space. Upper panels (a and b) show marginal means and 95% CI from mixed model treating time as a fixed factor. Significant levels are indicated by asterisks. Pre refers to preflight data collection. 15, 45, 75, 105, 135 and 165 indicate flight day during mission. +1, +10 and +30 correspond to the number of days when data were collected after return to Earth. Lower panels (c and d) show marginal means and 95% CI as well as individual (dotted lines) and overall (solid lines) trajectories for changes of CBT over time, resulting from mixed models treating time as a covariate (for details see methods). n = 11, missing data are detailed in Tables S1 and S2. ***P < 0.001, **P < 0.01, *P < 0.05.

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