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The Research Behind Clarifi ASD

The Clarifi autism saliva test is based on years of peer-reviewed research that has been funded in part by institutions such as the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Quadrant Biosciences, the company behind the Clarifi autism saliva test, partnered with SUNY Upstate Medical University and Penn State Medical

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Introducing The Clarifi ASD Autism Saliva Test

The Clarifi ASD saliva test for autism is now available for order by healthcare providers The Clarifi ASD autism saliva test is a clinically-validated test designed to provide a probability of an autism diagnosis to health care providers. With a simple saliva swab, Clarifi ASD can provide children with a clinical suspicion of autism, such

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It’s Not Genetics, It’s Epigenetics

Clarifi ASD is a brand new biological test for autism — and it’s based on molecules scientists didn’t even know existed 20 years ago. About five years ago, researchers at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY discovered that small, little known molecules in the saliva may hold the key to diagnosing autism. Instead of looking

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What is Clarifi?

What is Clarifi? Clarifi is a biological test for autism. While a lot of progress has been made in the past few years in this field of research, we are especially excited to debut this test because it uses saliva. As opposed to other biological tests being developed, which use blood, the Clarifi autism saliva

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Clarifi Autism Test: Ask a Scientist

Clarifi, an autism saliva test, is about to launch in the United States. This brand new autism saliva test could impact the way autism spectrum disorder is diagnosed going forward, as it is the first objective, molecular test that can aid the diagnosis of ASD.  But why is this so important? Up until now, tests

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Autism Saliva Test Aims to Reduce Age of Diagnosis

Increasingly, more research is being published globally supporting the gut-brain connection theory and the important role of epigenetics and the microbiome in relation to autism spectrum disorder (ASD). In 2018, scientists discovered that certain molecules in the saliva, called non-coding RNAs, not only differentiate children with ASD, but appear to correlate with specific autism traits.

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The Science Behind the Clarifi Autism Test

There is a brand new biological test for autism available – and it’s based on molecules scientists didn’t even know existed 20 years ago. About five years ago, researchers at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY discovered that small, little known molecules in the saliva may hold the key to diagnosing autism.  Instead of looking

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Quadrant Biosciences Wins New York Technology Award

We’re excited to share that our company, Quadrant Biosciences, has been recognized as the New York Technology Business of the Year for our breakthrough epigenetic research! The award, presented by the New York State Small Business Development Center (SBDC),  recognizes the boldest, brightest, and best small companies in New York State. Although Quadrant is a

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Bacteria Within a Child’s Mouth Could Help Identify Autism

Bacteria Within a Child’s Mouth Could Help Identify Autism New research has recently emerged that “changes in the bacteria within a child’s mouth may provide biomarkers for identifying autism.”[1]  This technology is being developed into a saliva test which will aid clinicians in autism diagnosis. Previous research has established the presence of a disrupted gut-brain

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