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Mayo Clinic researchers found a noncellular substance suggested improvement in restoring muscle function and bladder control in preclinical models. The teams of Atta Behfar, M.D., [...]
Stem cells show potential to safely slow progression of organ rejection in some lung transplant recipients, according to early Mayo Clinic research. This discovery offers [...]
For more than twenty-five years, Christopher Evans, Ph.D., a Mayo Clinic orthopedic scientist, has pushed to expand gene therapy beyond its original scope of treating [...]
It's a long way to Mars.
And nearly all the journey is outside of Earth's semiprotective atmosphere. Even the International Space Station, 248 miles up, is [...]
Biomedical science is about solving puzzles. Why does a cell stop doing its job? How does it know what to do in the first place? [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Spinal cord injury is a life-changing medical event that affects almost 18,000 people in the U.S. each year. Medical advances are improving prognosis for these patients, pushing care forward [...]
Mayo Clinic and Yale University scientists have developed a minimally invasive process for studying early cell development in a living person. The team reconstructed the [...]
A 3D model of human brain structure provides a new strategy for exploring the pathology of Alzheimer's disease, according to Mayo Clinic researchers. The study, [...]