Review news releases and articles related to the Gut Microbiome Laboratory at Mayo Clinic.
The Gut Microbiome Laboratory at Mayo Clinic brings together gastroenterology experts to drive innovative research on the mechanisms by which gut microbes influence health and disease.
News about microbiome research at Mayo Clinic encompasses items on naturally occurring gut-bacteria, microbiota designed to address diseases and conditions such as chronic constipation, precision and individualized medicine approaches, targeted diet strategies, and more.
Also get news, information and tips about trending topics in microbiome research, such as using probiotics, controlling blood sugar, bacteria-based treatments and related subjects.
News about the Gut Microbiome Lab
The following articles include coverage of research in Dr. Kashyap's Gut Microbiome Lab:
- Could gut bacteria microbes make you fat? (BBC Future, Feb. 12, 2019)
- Microbiome role in cancer, IBD, obesity and infections (Discovery's Edge, January 2019)
- Gut microbiota produced tryptamine accelerates gastrointestinal tract transit by increasing colonic secretion in mice (Gut Microbiota for Health, Aug. 9, 2018)
- Diet hit a snag? Your gut bacteria may be partly to blame (NPR, Aug. 6, 2018)
- Preliminary Mayo Clinic study points to new weight-loss factor — gut bacteria (Post Bulletin, Aug. 2, 2018)
- Why some people may be more susceptible to deadly C. difficile infections (ScienceNews, Oct. 24, 2018)
- Bacteria engineered to treat constipation (New Atlas, June 14, 2018)
The following articles feature Dr. Kashyap's quotes and expert opinions on gut microbiome research news:
Gastrointestinal health features
The following opinion, advice and health-related features draw on the Gut Microbiome Lab's research to inform readers:
Peer-reviewed journal articles
A link to additional publications by Dr. Kashyap is available on the lab's Faculty and Staff page.