Company InformationAriel Precision Medicine was founded on July 2015. The company is based in Pittsburgh, PA, USA . The number of employees in Ariel Precision Medicine is less than 10. Ariel precision medicine creates innovative solutions to simplify the personalized treatment of complex disease.
Funding & investorsAriel Precision Medicine has received 1 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $2.5M.
- Coal Hill Ventures (Accelerator)
- The Robotics Hub (Venture capital)
- Innovation Works (Government office)
- Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse (Incubator)
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Ariel Precision Medicine - Blog
- What is Pancreas Divisum?
- What You Need to Know About the Genetics of Pancreatitis
- DNA, Genes, & Chromosomes
- What is a Polygenic Risk Score?
- What is the Difference Between Hereditary Pancreatitis and Familial Pancreatitis?
- Understanding and Managing Pancreatitis: A Guide for Patients
Introduction Pancreas divisum is a common anatomical anomaly that occurs in ~4-14% of the general population . It arises during development when two precursors of the pancreas do not fuse together properly. The developing pancreas contains two pancreatic ducts or tubes called the dorsal duct and the ventral duct. These ducts fuse together to form […]The post What is Pancreas Divisum? appeared first on Ariel Precision Medicine.
In Ariel Precision Medicine’s latest research initiative, published in the journal Pancreas, researchers hypothesized that some pancreatitis etiology originates in pancreatic acinar or duct cells and requires both injury and compensatory mechanism failure. To test this hypothesis, researchers analyzed genetic data of 100 patients, who had volunteered to participate, using Ariel’s targeted next-generation sequencing panel, PancreasDx. What […]The post What You Need to Know About the Genetics of Pancreatitis appeared first on Ariel Precision Medicine.
Introduction Learning about human genetics can seem to be a daunting task. However, by breaking down the information into smaller pieces, we can make sense of it! Biological life is built upon four major classes of molecules that exist in all of the cells of your body: carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and nucleic acids. This blog […]The post DNA, Genes, & Chromosomes appeared first on Ariel Precision Medicine.
IntroductionIf you or someone you know is considering genetic testing, you may encounter some new and unfamiliar terms. Most genetic tests ordered through a healthcare provider look for rare, or uncommon changes in your DNA (genetic variants) that may cause single-gene diseases. However, most diseases, such as most forms of cardiovascular disease, are caused by […]The post What is a Polygenic Risk Score? appeared first on Ariel Precision Medicine.
Introduction Pancreatitis is a complex condition with multiple potential causes. When pancreatitis occurs in multiple closely related individuals, it warrants further investigation, which may include genetic counseling and/or genetic testing. The diagnosis of hereditary or familial pancreatitis should include the collection of a 3-generation family history and evaluation for other causes of pancreatitis in the […]The post What is the Difference Between Hereditary Pancreatitis and Familial Pancreatitis? appeared first on Ariel Precision Medicine.
The post Understanding and Managing Pancreatitis: A Guide for Patients appeared first on Ariel Precision Medicine.