Mayo Clinic was founded in 1889 and is known as a preeminent research and medical treatment institution. The Mayo Clinic at Rochester employs over 30,000 people. Mayo Clinic is known for leading edge Biomedical imaging, diagnosis and treatment as well as cutting edge patient and professional education. Mayo Clinic has expanded to the Phoenix, Arizona and Jacksonville, Florida area where it offers treatment and research services. Today, Mayo Clinic employs over 3,500 physicians and more than 3,000 research personnel.

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Main-Rochester, Minnesota; Satellite Clinics: Scottsdale/Phoenix AZ; Jacksonville, Florida
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http://www.mayoclinic.org/
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Mayo researchers find off/on switch for DNA repair protein

Damage to DNA is a daily occurrence but one that human cells have evolved to manage. Now, in a new paper published in Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, Mayo researchers have determined how one DNA repair protein gets ...

How gold nanoparticles can help fight ovarian cancer

Positively charged gold nanoparticles are usually toxic to cells, but cancer cells somehow manage to avoid nanoparticle toxicity. Mayo Clinic researchers found out why, and determined how to make the nanoparticles effective ...

Researchers develop new sensor for methylated DNA

Collaborators from Mayo-Illinois Alliance for Technology Based Healthcare have developed a new, single molecule test for detecting methylated DNA. Methylation—the addition of a methyl group of molecules to a DNA strand—is ...

Moving beyond embryonic stem cells: Encouragement on the horizon

For nearly two decades, the medical world and the American public have grappled with the lightning-rod topic of stem cells, in particular the controversy surrounding cells from human embryos. But when researchers four years ...

Researchers describe measles viral protein movement

Mayo Clinic researchers have shown that proteins on the surface of a cell twist a viral protein into position, allowing the virus to start infection and cause disease, all in a movement as graceful as a ballroom dance. The ...

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