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Researchers in the Gut Microbiome Lab use an Ussing chamber to study epithelial barrier properties and intestinal fluid and ion secretion.
The Gut Microbiome Laboratory of Purna C. Kashyap, M.B.B.S., at Mayo Clinic studies the physiological and genetic mechanisms by which gut microbes influence health and disease.
The lab studies how gut microbiota impact host physiology, how diet and genetics affect the gut microbiome, and the microbiome's role in Clostridium difficile infections.
Find articles about research in the Gut Microbiome Lab at Mayo Clinic, read Dr. Kashyap's quoted commentary on gut microbiome research and explore features that cite the lab's work.
Videos from Mayo Clinic, TED-Ed and other sources feature interviews with Dr. Kashyap and gut microbiome education information based on the lab's work.
Keep up to date with research outcomes and findings about the gut microbiome in health and disease, diet and the gut, and more with published articles from the Gut Microbiome Lab.
Contact Dr. Kashyap's Gut Microbiome Laboratory at Mayo Clinic with inquiries about research or collaborations to advance the understanding of how gut microbiota impact health.
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