Autism Awareness Day with the Syracuse Mets

March 18, 2020 - Quadrant Biosciences

Autism Awareness Day with the Syracuse Mets

This past weekend, baseball fans all around Syracuse, NY were able to watch their local Mets play live, without the sensory overload. We were happy to be able to bring Autism Awareness Day back to our community, with the help of our partners at Upstate Medical University. With autistic baseball fans in mind, the game

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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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Bacteria Within A 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 signaling in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). [2]

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Quadrant Biosciences Rebrands

Have you visited our website recently? If so, you’ve seen some significant changes in the look of our site.  Since our company’s inception over 5 years ago, our mission has been to find biological solutions for important neurological health issues.  At first, this stemmed from our Founder and CEO Rich Uhlig’s desire to have better

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