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As the last two years have demonstrated, stressful situations often require trade-offs. For some, the COVID-19 pandemic meant a shift in their primary focus on [...]
Mayo Clinic researchers and collaborators report that persistent lung changes after COVID-19 in patients over 60 may be linked to specific populations of T cells. [...]
In a recent paper published in Cell Reports, Mayo Clinic scientists found that extracellular vesicles encouraged inflammation of pancreatic beta cells and their environment in [...]
Destiny Schultz earned her undergraduate degree in biochemistry at the University of Minnesota. Scott Johnson earned his in biology and chemistry at Concordia University in [...]
In the years since AIDS was first described in medical research, the scientific map of that disease has changed enormously. Once it was relatively empty. [...]
Exosomes, a new tool in regenerative research, have implications for cardiac and tendon regeneration, wound healing, and incontinence, as well as many other applications.
In the [...]
Mayo Clinic is centralizing a critical resource on the Phoenix campus: a biospecimens facility used by researchers to develop therapeutics, vaccines, and other medical advances. [...]
Widely used sex-biased maps of molecular biology are holding back individualized medicine, say Mayo Clinic scientists.
Maps clarify how places are connected. In biology, the same [...]
No champion race car driver can win without a dedicated pit crew. The same is true in medical research. Thanks to their “pit crew” Mayo [...]
Experimental Treatment Pivots in Record Time
At the beginning of 2020, everyone in research and medicine who could pivot to focus on COVID-19 did. Scientists and [...]