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DNA Paternity Testing
DNA paternity testing is used to determine whether the father is the biological father of a specific child. A paternity test will examine the child’s and prospective father’s DNA profiles. The two DNA profiles are then contrasted to see if there is a biological link.
The paternity test offered by Face DNA Test typically consists of a 21-marker genetic analysis. Each genetic marker has two numbers called alleles. At least one allele of each genetic marker must be shared by a child’s biological father and the child.
Sample Collection For a Paternity Test
The majority of paternity tests collect the sample using sterile buccal swabs. By stroking these sterile cotton tip swabs on the inside of the cheek, epithelial cells can be extracted. Toddlers, babies, and adults can all have their buccal swabs collected without feeling any pain. Since the DNA discovered in our cheek cells is the same in all of our body’s cells, the results of this test would be the same as if it were carried out using a blood sample or other “special” samples.
Testing For Legal Paternity
Legal DNA paternity testing, commonly called “chain-of-custody testing,” yields information that can be used to establish paternity for various lawful purposes, including child support, custody, immigration, birth certificates, Social Security, and others. Our network of paternity-testing collection sites streamlines the process even though this kind of precise DNA paternity test necessitates on-site testing.
Sample Collection For Legal Paternity Test
Paternity DNA tests for legal purposes must be obtained at one of our numerous collection laboratories. This enables the collection by a qualified, impartial third party. At the time of collection, they will also capture a fingerprint and a picture for further identification. Moreover, there is also a need for a more accurate and advanced grandparent DNA test as a paternity test.
Testing Your DNA Without Your Father
If the father is unavailable, it’s possible to get DNA from parents, grandparents, siblings, as well as aunts and uncles to complete a test since they will share much of the DNA as the alleged father. However, getting a DNA sample from the father will produce the most accurate result.
We also provide specialized DNA paternity testing. It can include comparative testing, mobile collections, or post-mortem analysis. Many people interested in DNA testing must be aware that these choices exist.
If a standard paternity test is inappropriate for your circumstance, Face DNA Test may provide different DNA testing choices.
Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test
A prenatal paternity test provides paternity answers during pregnancy. Our technically advanced, non-invasive test is AABB-accredited, accurate, can be performed as early as seven weeks, and is entirely safe for the mother and pregnancy.
I was amazed by the accuracy and convenience of the Face DNA paternity test. The process was simple – just a quick cheek swab. The results were delivered promptly, confirming my doubts and providing peace of mind. Highly recommended!
I couldn't believe how accurate the Face DNA paternity test results were. It was a sensitive matter, and the professionalism of their team stood out. The report was easy to understand, and I appreciate how they handled my privacy. Thank you for resolving this uncertainty
As a single mother, I wanted to make sure I was making the right decisions for my child's future. The Face DNA paternity DNA test was a game-changer. The process was painless, the results were crystal clear, and I can confidently move forward. Great service!
To get a paternity test, you must order or visit Face DNA IT Lab to sign up for a paternity DNA test. After this, in 3-5 business days, your result will be emailed to you.
Different DNA paternity tests cost differently; you must visit our lab or contact us at 833-322-3362. But At Face DNA, you can get a legally admissible paternity test costs for DNA paternity test for $320.
Your results will be available two to five business days after collecting the samples. Your report will include the entire genetic profile of each tested person.
Face DNA has different branches in the USA; you can visit anytime.
The two primary paternity tests are the Postnatal Paternity Test, which is conducted after a child’s birth, and the prenatal paternity test, the Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test (NIPP), which is a paternity test while pregnant performed during pregnancy by analyzing the mother’s blood and the alleged father’s DNA to determine paternity before the baby is born.