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Mayo Clinic's O'Brien Urology Research Center uses advanced CT imaging techniques to characterize urinary calculi to best direct treatment and facilitate clinical investigation.
The center works to understand and correlate factors that drive formation of renal stone precursor lesions.
The O'Brien Urology Research Center is developing models to predict kidney stone recurrence and development of chronic kidney disease.
Researchers are using a drosophila model to identify genes involved in CaOx stone formation and to test potential therapeutics.
The center collaborates with scientists from Mayo Clinic and around the world to enhance research efforts.
Several institutions support research in the O'Brien Urology Research Center at Mayo Clinic.
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