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Research on aging includes investigations into the cell biology of bone and the molecular basis of cellular senescence.
Mayo Clinic researchers are developing new genetic, proteomic and biomathematic methods to drive research in biochemistry and molecular biology.
Cancer research in the department includes a variety of studies on multiple types of cancers and their underlying physiological mechanisms.
Investigators in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Mayo Clinic are studying the genetics and mechanisms of cardiovascular disease.
The department uses a multidisciplinary approach to understand the causes and characteristics of tissue degenerative diseases.
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