Genetic Genealogy
Genetic Genealogy

Paternity web – www.paternityweb.com a leading provider of Private, Legal, and Forensic DNA Paternity Tests provides Genetic tests which use a variety of laboratory techniques to determine if a person has a genetic condition or disease or is likely to get the disease. Individuals may wish to be tested if: There is a family history of one specific disease or They show symptoms of a genetic disorder. Genetic tests include techniques to examine genes or markers near the genes. Direct testing for diseases such as cystic fibrosis and sickle cell anemia come from an analysis of an individual's specific genes.

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Carrier Identification
Carrier Identification
Carrier Identification includes genetic tests used by couples whose families have a history of recessive genetic disorders and who are considering having children. Three common tests include those for cystic fibrosis, Tay-Sachs disease, and sickle-cell trait.
Prenatal Diagnosis
Prenatal Diagnosis is genetic testing of a fetus. This may occur when there is a risk of bearing a child with genes associated with mental retardation or physical deterioration. Down syndrome is one of the most common genetic diseases screened by this method.
Newborn Screening
Newborn Screening is frequently done as a preventative health measure. Tests usually have clear benefit to the newborn because treatment is available. Phenylketonuria and congenital hypothyroidism are conditions for which testing is conducted in all 52 states.
Late-Onset Disorders
Late-Onset Disorders
Late-onset Disorders include adult diseases such as cancer and heart disease. These diseases are complex and have both genetic and environmental causes. Genetic tests may indicate a susceptibility or predisposition for these diseases. There are diseases caused by single genes, such as Huntington's disease, that also are seen later in life and can be tested at any time.
Identification
Identification of genetic information belonging to a specific individual has received a great deal of press coverage lately. Profiles (aka "DNA fingerprints") are complied from the results of DNA testing for one or more genetic markers to identify unique characteristics of an individual. This information is currently used in legal cases involving paternity and in criminal investigations, and it can be used in time of major accidents, disasters, or wars to identify those who have died.
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