DNA Testing before Birth

DNA Testing before Birth

One of a handful of DNA paternity testing laboratories in the world with dual clinical laboratory and parentage testing accreditation, DNA EXAM of Bio-Synthesis provides the broadest range of paternity DNA tests available anywhere including home DNA tests, prenatal paternity testing, immigration DNA testing, kinship analysis, and grand paternity testing.

Our staff works hard to make the DNA Identity Testing Center your choice of provider for all DNA testing services. We ensure superior quality, service and convenience to our clients. In our commitment to providing convenience, please know that we provide a free DNASwabTM Home DNA Collection Kit for use in all types of private DNA tests.

Establishing Paternity and other Genetic Relationships
Establishing Paternity and other Genetic Relationships
DNA test kit can be used for a variety of DNA tests including DNA paternity testing, motherless paternity testing, sibling DNA testing, twin DNA testing and grandparent DNA testing. The information obtained can be used for consideration of child support, child custody, immigration, adoption and identity.
Chorionic Villus Sampling
Chorionic Villus Sampling
Chorionic Villus Sampling is performed during early stages of pregnancy, generally in the 8th to 13th week. The procedure involves inserting a catheter through the cervix to take a sample by gentle suction. The ultrasound helps in guiding the tube to the exact location to collect the tissues. This procedure is performed by the obstetrician to get a small quantity of fetal chorionic villi, the trophoblastic tissue that is used in paternity test. Chorionic villi are from the same fertilized egg where the fetus also comes from and has the same DNA structure as the baby. DNA tests while pregnant using this method is as accurate as the tests done after the birth of the child.
Amniocentesis
Amniocentesis is generally performed at later stages of pregnancy. During an amniocenteses procedure, a small amount of amniotic fluid (10ml) is withdrawn trans abdominally by your obstetrician. Amniotic fluid is also an excellent sample for paternity testing; paternity tests which are performed using amniotic fluid are just as accurate as tests conducted after the child is born.
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