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The Gut Microbiome Lab studies the impact of microbial colonization on host physiology, including how the gut microbiota and its metabolites influence intestinal secretion and motility.
Dr. Kashyap's lab is investigating how different microbiomes respond to dietary interventions and the effects of diet-induced changes in the gut microbiome on gastrointestinal physiology.
The lab is developing biomarkers to identify people who are at increased risk of Clostridium difficile infection and creating preventative microbiome-targeted interventions.
The Gut Microbiome Lab at Mayo Clinic is focused on diet-related and genetics-related changes in the gut microbiome in patients who have irritable bowel syndrome.
Dr. Kashyap's Gut Microbiome Lab works with investigators at Mayo Clinic and across the U.S. to improve the understanding of how gut microbiota affect hosts in health and disease.
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