Prenatal DNA Test
Prenatal DNA Test

Paternity web – www.paternityweb.com provides the Prenatal DNA Tests like A maternity or paternity identification test.This is conducted to establish whether a person is the biological parent of another person. A test to prove paternity (whether a man is someone's father) is known as a paternity test; a test to prove maternity (whether a woman is someone's mother) is called a maternity test.

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Prenatal Paternity Testing
Prenatal Paternity Testing
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.
Prenatal DNA Maternity Testing
Similar to a DNA paternity test, but designed to determine if a woman is the biological mother of a child. DNA samples can be taken from just the alleged mother and child, or may also include the father. Our BIO SWABTM DNA Collection Kit may be used to collect samples quickly, painlessly, and in the privacy of your own home (private tests only). Upon receipt of all samples, results will be available within 5-7 business days, showing either a 0.00% or >99.9% probability of maternity.
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. These safeguards must include strict controls concerning protection of the chain of custody of blood or tissue samples, identification of the parties to be tested (generally including photographing and even fingerprinting of the individuals tested), and correct preparation of the test results.
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