Saliva MicroRNA-Based Diagnosis of Children With Autism
A panel of 14 miRNA biomarkers in saliva that are 91% accurate in diagnosing autism in children aged 4-13 (both the false positive and false negative rates are less than 10%). Analysis of the saliva sample can be done using next generation sequencing or qPCR. Because the current gold standard autism spectrum disorder diagnostic is a questionaire which...
Inventor(s): Steven Hicks, Frank Middleton
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Diagnostics, Technology Classifications > Screens and Assays