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13 500+ paternity tests
performed since 2008
  • An exceptionally high accuracy rate of 99.99% for confirming or denying a paternal connection.
  • Analysis conducted in a facility boasting a decade of expertise in DNA analysis.
  • Annually, over 10,000 DNA assessments are meticulously completed.
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Liberate Yourself from Uncertainty

Should paternity doubts plague your mind, the definitive way to uncover the truth lies in undergoing a DNA paternity test.
This test stands as the pinnacle of scientific methods for affirming paternity.

  • We conduct our examinations within an environment accredited by ISO 17025 standards.
  • Annually, we perform upwards of 10,000 DNA analyses.
  • The test is versatile, allowing for samples from hair or a utilized tissue... (optional)
    The sampling kit is dispatched in discreet packaging. (optional)
  • We deliver your findings directly to your email.
  • We handle your data with utmost confidentiality, ensuring it's never shared with external entities.
Secure peace of mind for both yourself and your loved ones by securing your test today.

"Is the child truly mine?"

Undergoing a paternity test offers the assurance needed to confirm a biological link between you and the child in question.
Simply put, if the child does not share your DNA, the paternity test results will clarify this for you.

Understanding the Process of DNA Paternity Testing

To establish paternity, a DNA paternity test compares genetic material from two individuals to assess the likelihood of a paternal connection.
This requires collecting a DNA sample from each person involved in the test.

  • Typically, DNA is collected using a saliva sample via a cotton swab; however, for added privacy, samples can also be obtained from personal items like hair or a used tissue.
  • Our laboratory then examines both DNA samples to scientifically ascertain the existence of a paternity link.
  • In cases where paternity is not established, our testing process boasts a 99.99% precision rate.
  • Your test outcomes will be securely delivered to you via email.

Can the Paternity Test Be Conducted Privately?

Our testing process allows for the collection of DNA from various personal items, including:
hair, nails, used toothbrushes, cotton swabs, tissues, cigarette butts, and more.
Simply place the selected item (for instance, a used tissue) into the provided envelope and mail it to us.
Note: It's crucial that the item hasn't been exposed to other individuals or animals.

Find out more about our "discreet" option.

Steps Involved in Conducting a DNA Paternity Test

To initiate the paternity testing process, we require DNA samples from two individuals.

  • Begin by requesting your kit. Provide the address where you wish the non-marked envelope to be delivered.
  • An envelope will arrive at your doorstep, containing two sets for sample collection.
  • Collect the DNA samples using the provided cotton swab for saliva collection.
  • Place each sample into the individual envelopes provided.
  • Enclose both sample envelopes and the completed form in the larger return envelope.
  • Send the package back to us.
  • Anticipate receiving your test results via email shortly thereafter.

Our Laboratory Excellence:

  • Our paternity assessments are conducted within a laboratory holding accreditations from ISO/IEC 17025 & AABB.
  • Staffed by experts specialized in genetic testing.
  • Utilization of cutting-edge techniques in paternity determination.
  • Commitment to high-quality materials and sophisticated DNA sequencing technology.
  • Continuous quality checks through regular auditing.

For "exclusion" scenarios, where the tested individual is not the biological father, our DNA paternity tests are 99.99% precise. Conversely, for "inclusion" cases, identifying the biological father, our accuracy reaches 99.9%.
Our approach sets us apart from other labs, offering the option for further clarification through additional participant testing (such as the mother) or employing an extended array of genetic markers.

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