Paternity DNA Testing

Trusted Method To Establish Fatherhood
Paternity DNA testing
is the most accurate method by which the paternity of a child can be established. Paternity tests are called for legal, medical or other personal reasons. The testing may be done during pregnancy and at any other time in life. However, the DNA samples of the child, the mother as well as that of the person who is the assumed father are required.

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The child has a DNA which is a combination of that of the mother and father, meaning the entire DNA strand of the child is the copy of the DNA of either the mother of the father.
It is possible to establish the paternity of the child even if the mother's DNA is not available.
This is because paternity DNA testing will reveal if the 'Y' chromosomes of supposed father and the child are the same.

If paternity DNA testing has to be carried out during pregnancy, a sample is required to be collected from the fetus.
This is done by separating the fetal DNA material found in the blood or urine of the mother. Generally, higher amounts of fetal material are found the blood. In the case of adults and older children, a Buccal swab from inside the cheek is used to collect the DNA sample.

In paternity DNA testing, the markers of genetic makeup are compared with each other after collecting the samples.
The child's DNA is first compared with the
maternal DNA first and the matching segments are removed from the sample.
The next step is to compare the remaining DNA segments with that of the person who is the assumed father. If the person's DNA markers match with the remaining segments of the DNA of the child, then this person is considered as the father.
If there is no match, then it is clear that this person is not the father of the child.

There are two types of paternity DNA testing: postnatal and prenatal. Postnatal testing is done by collecting blood samples, cheek or Buccal swab or by collecting umbilical cord samples.

For prenatal DNA testing, the methods adopted are:

Amniocentesis: This test is usually performed during the second trimester (14th to 20th week) of pregnancy. This procedure involves collection of amniotic fluid by the doctor by inserting a thin needle into the uterus of the mother guided by an ultrasound. There is a small chance of miscarriage and causing harm to the baby.
Chorionic Villus Sampling: This test also involves a doctor inserting a thin needle guided by an ultrasound through the vagina and the cervix to obtain chorionic villi, little finger-like pieces of tissue that are attached to the uterus wall. This testing can be done during the 10th to 13th week of pregnancy.

SNP Microarray: This procedure makes use of a new technology that involves preserving and analyzing the child's DNA found naturally in the bloodstream of the mother.
Whatever is the requirement for paternity DNA testing, we at Paternity Center offer a one stop solution to test DNA. With more than 2,500 locations in the US and abroad, you can be sure that you are dealing with the best in paternity
DNA testing services.
Fully Licensed.
Paternity Center™ is fully licensed we provide 100% accurate DNA test result, these results cannot be disputed and can be used in a court of law.
We provide DNA testing all over the world even if you and the over tested party are in different state or country.
We offer complete confidentiality with testing all testing and results are for your eyes only.
Ways to collect samples:By Paternity Center™
Self-made cheek swab, FTA Classic Card, Whole Blood
Cord Blood, Bloodstains, Sperm (Semen), Toenail or Fingernail Clippings,
Amniotic Fluid, Chorionic Villus Sampling, Fetal Tissue ,Chewed Chewing Gum 
Cigarette Butts, Hard Candy, Used Condom
Semen Stains On Clothing, Used Tampons or Used Feminine Pads, Sweaty Hat or Ball Cap
Hocked Loogie (spit), Plucked Hair, Q-tips with earwax
Snotty Kleenexes, Urine, Electric Razor Debris.
If you have questions or would like to discuss any of the tests listed above, feel free to give us a call.

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