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Items Tagged ‘multiomics’

September 7, 2022

Nurse-scientist investigates gut microbiome link to chemotherapy-induced nausea

By Susan Murphy Susan Murphy (@susanmurphy)

Komal Singh, Ph.D., a nurse-scientist in Mayo Clinic’s Department of Nursing is investigating individualized strategies to help mitigate symptoms of chemotherapy-induced nausea in patients receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer. Her research focuses on the complex link between nausea-related symptoms and the gut microbiome — a population of bacteria, viruses, and fungi that inhabit the gastrointestinal tract.  […]

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Tags: Center for Individualized Medicine, chemotherapy, microbiome, multiomics

July 19, 2022

Molecular mapping of the heart to predict disease susceptibility

By Susan Buckles Susan Buckles (@susanbuckles)

Vulnerability to heart disease can be projected before symptoms occur, Mayo Clinic discovered in preclinical research. This proof-of-concept study revealed that heart muscle changes indicate who is vulnerable to disease later in life. These changes can be detected from blood samples through comprehensive protein and metabolite profiling. This exploratory mapping, conducted in the Marriott Family […]

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Tags: Andre Terzic, cardiac regeneration, Center for Regenerative Medicine, heart disease, Kent Arrell, Marriott Family Comprehensive Cardiac Regenerative Program, multiomics, Satsuki Yamada

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