Paternal

Paternal

In some situations, clients may wish to determine paternity of a child that has not yet been born. Prenatal DNA paternity testing is possible. To perform a prenatal paternity test, a special type of sample must be obtained in order to test the child. There are two methods to collect a DNA sample from an unborn child.

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Amniocentesis
Amniocentesis
Performed by inserting a thin, hollow needle into the uterus and removing some of the amniotic fluid that surrounds the fetus. The sample may be collected between the 14th and 24th week of pregnancy.
Paternal Bond
Paternal Bond
The paternal bond is typically the relationship between a father and his child In the U.S., legal paternity is presumed for the husband of the mother unless a separate action is taken; an unmarried man may establish paternity by signing a voluntary recognition of paternity or by taking court action. Paternity may also be established between a man and a younger person, commonly in adoption, without the two being related to each other.
Paternity Test
In a paternity test, DNA samples from two possible fathers and from the mother are compared with the offspring's DNA. In this procedure, the samples are digested with a type of enzyme that cuts DNA at Specific sequences.
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