Research

This week’s Research Roundup highlights the evaluation of monoclonal gammopathy of renal significance: A consensus report of the International Kidney and Monoclonal Gammopathy Research Group.

By Kelley Luedke • December 10, 2018

This week’s Research Roundup highlights predicting renal function outcomes after partial and radical nephrectomy.

By Kelley Luedke • December 3, 2018

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine have discovered that large chromosomal rearrangements present in mesothelioma could make it possible to understand which patients are likely respond better to immunotherapy.

By Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine • November 27, 2018

This week’s Research Roundup highlights the effect of inorganic nitrite versus a placebo on exercise capacity among patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction.

By Kelley Luedke • November 26, 2018

This week’s Research Roundup highlights the association of apolipoprotein E ε4 with transactive response DNA-binding protein 43.

By Kelley Luedke • November 19, 2018

This week’s Research Roundup highlights a mechanism for preventing asymmetric histone segregation onto replicating DNA strands.

By Kelley Luedke • November 12, 2018

For patients who have been diagnosed with acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, Mayo researchers have found a direct correlation between a specific antibody, myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein—also known as MOG, and an increased risk of recurring attacks in these individuals.

By Gina Chiri-Osmond • November 6, 2018

This week’s Research Roundup highlights gastrointestinal and extra-intestinal manifestations of IgG4-related disease.

By Kelley Luedke • November 5, 2018

This week’s Research Roundup highlights developmental delay and failure to thrive associated with a loss-of-function variant in WHSC1 (NSD2).

By Kelley Luedke • October 29, 2018

This week’s Research Roundup highlights neoantigenic potential of complex chromosomal rearrangements in mesothelioma.

By Kelley Luedke • October 22, 2018

Researchers at Mayo Clinic have identified three specific gene types that account for a known two- to three-fold increase in myeloma diagnoses among African-Americans. Researchers also demonstrated the ability to study race and racial admixture more accurately using DNA analysis. The findings were published today in Blood Cancer Journal.

By Mayo Clinic News Network • October 16, 2018

This week’s Research Roundup highlights paraneoplastic neuronal intermediate filament autoimmunity.

By Kelley Luedke • October 15, 2018

This week’s Research Roundup highlights radical versus partial nephrectomy for cT1 renal cell carcinoma.

By Kelley Luedke • October 8, 2018