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Saving Lives by Discovering the Unknown™

Reimagining the Way the Medical Field Tests for Pathogens

  • Standardized laboratory testing fails, up to 75% of the time, to identify pathogens that cause infection..

  • Aperiomics identifies all known pathogens in a single test through next-generation sequencing of DNA/RNA from blood, swab, urine, fecal, tissue or other samples.

  • Next-generation sequencing (NGS) creates a complete genetic fingerprint of all microorganisms, allowing us to test for EVERYTHING at once instead of only a few things at a time.

  • The Aperiomics Microbial Database™ is the most comprehensive microbial database of microorganisms, including the world’s largest collection of pathogens.

  • Medical professionals use Aperiomics’ technology everyday to solve difficult cases and make more informed clinical decisions.

Collect & Ship

We send you specialized collection kits for samples along with prepaid packaging for easy shipping.

Collect & Ship

1. Request kits for blood, swab, urine, fecal, tissue or semen

2. Collect sample with clinician’s supervision

3. Drop in nearest FedEx box

Sequence

We determine the genetic fingerprint for all bacteria, viruses, fungi & parasites using NGS.

Sequence

1. Extract DNA from sample

2. Deep sequence DNA through next-generation sequencing

3. Create a complete genetic fingerprint of pathogens

Aperiomics Microbial Database™

Results confirmed through 3 layers of quality checks

Aperiomics Microbial Database™

1. Analyze raw sequence data

2. Compare against Aperiomics Microbial Database

3. Results put through 3 layers of quality checks

Report

We send a report of all identified pathogens and non-pathogens, including the abundance of each microbe.

Report

1. Comprehensive report of all potential pathogens is created

2. Deliver report to clinician

3. Clinicians interpret report in context with symptoms and clinical history

Success Stories

Barbara’s son John, 19, woke up one morning complaining about extreme stomach pain. Despite a number of examinations, the pain persisted for many weeks and, when he was scoped, his doctor diagnosed him with Celiac disease, a serious autoimmune disorder in which the ingestion of gluten can lead to damage in the small intestine.  So John changed his diet to avoid gluten and other foods that might aggravate his situation, but the pain still came and went.  Doctors even told him that his pain was “all in his head” and that nothing was really wrong with him.

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After 6 Years of Abdominal Pain, VIEW HIS STORY

Randolf was 81 years old and had spent seven months in and out of hospitals and rehabilitation centers with a mysterious “infection.” The trouble began in September 2016 after he had had a new pacemaker implanted. Within a week of the procedure, his surgery site was not healing and had begun to exude blood and other fluid. Naturally, everyone assumed it was an infection and his doctors prescribed antibiotics. After a couple of months the wound still wasn’t healing and infection-like symptoms continued.

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Ruling Out Infection, VIEW HIS STORY
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