DNA Test Blood
DNA Test Blood

Paternity web – www.paternityweb.com a leading provider of Private, Legal, and Forensic DNA Paternity Tests provides determination paternity based on blood type preceded DNA testing. Ddetermining paternity based on blood type preceded DNA testing and, like eye colour inheritance, was largely based on the work of Gregory Mendel.

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DNA Blood Testing
DNA Blood Testing
Blood samples are usually collected for parentage testing. Testing can also be done using cells from the inside of the mouth which are collected with a cotton swab (buccal swab). Tissue samples collected from deceased individuals may also be used for testing. In order to assure the integrity of the results, all stages of DNA and parentage blood testing must be conducted under appropriate safeguards.
Locus
Locus (with a hard "c", LOW-KUS)is simply a location in the DNA. The plural of locus is loci (with a soft “c”, pronounced LOW-S-EYE. Again, the DNA is a long string like object .A locus is simply a location in the DNA.Such locations, or loci, reside at specific places on chromosomes.
Chromosome
When a cell is getting ready to divide creating two daughter cells, it packs its DNA into bundles called chromosomes. Chromosomes are just bundles of DNA. For humans, there are consistently 23 pairs of chromosomes, each with a consistent size and shape. Chromosomes are numbered. Chromosome number 1 is the largest chromosome; chromosome number 2 a little smaller and so on. Among the 23 pairs of chromosomes there is a pair called the sex chromosomes. This is something of a misnomer, since there are many functions on the "sex" chromosomes that have nothing to do with sex.
Alleles
Alleles
Alleles (ALL-EELS') are just variations at a particular site on a chromosome. Since each chromosome has a similar chromosome partner (except for males with their X and Y chromosomes) each locus is duplicated. Loci can vary a bit. If a person has two identical versions of the locus, they are said to be homozygous (HOMO-Z-EYE'-GUS). If there is a difference, they are said to be heterozygous (HETERO-Z-EYE'-GUS).
DNA Tests
DNA tests used for immigration purposes include paternity tests, maternity tests, sibling ship tests, and grand parent age tests.
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