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The mission of the Center for Cell Signaling in Gastroenterology (C-SiG) at Mayo Clinic is to improve understanding of the signaling pathways that control the function of gastrointestinal cells in health and disease.
The center offers specialized equipment, technologies, methodologies, reagents and expertise to assist research teams through three cores, plus software and other resources.
Robust educational programming features seminars, visiting scientists, workshops, symposia and sabbaticals, along with vital funding and mentorship for new investigators.
Three dynamic, interactive research themes focus on mechanisms of cellular and molecular processes, while disease focus areas set the stage for translating basic science discoveries to human disease.
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