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DNA Tests

Sky Lab Diagnostic Center, DNA testing offers paternity answers and much more. Whether it is a Legally Admissible Paternity Test for child support, adding or removing a name from a birth certificate, or Information-Only Paternity Test, we can help you get your answer.

Don’t know if a child is yours? DNA is the answer. In most cases, an analysis is performed using cheek-swab DNA samples from the possible father, child, and mother (her participation is optional, but recommended). So, if you’re wondering how to get a paternity test, here are several options available to you, along with the advantages and disadvantages of each.

DNA tests that allow public sharing of genetic data can provide vital information about biological relationships between potential living relatives, making the test an invaluable research tool for people interested in tracing their genealogy or ancestry. The results of DNA tests can link common ancestors and answer otherwise unanswered questions about a person’s family tree.

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DNA paternity testing of the Mother, Child and Alleged Father gives 99.9% Certainty.

DNA paternity test of Child and Alleged Father gives 99.9% certainty.

Can be detected as early as the 7th week of pregnancy. Paternity can be determined by a simple blood draw from the Mother and a buccal swab from the Alleged Father. This non-invasive prenatal test is completely safe for both mother and fetus and uses next generation sequencing (NGS).

A maternity test is performed to confirm the biological relationship between a Mother and Child—for example, in immigration cases, adoption or other situations.

We use the most accurate scientific approach to determine the sex of the baby. With a small blood sample, we can determine the sex with 99.5% accuracy, the highest accuracy available! It’s easy, affordable, and accurate – and exactly why it’s the only early baby sex disclosure test endorsed by the American Pregnancy Association.

One Mother, one Child and one of the Paternal Parents. A single grandparentage test is performed to determine a child’s relationship to the alleged father’s family when the alleged father is unavailable or unwilling and no post-mortem sample is available. By comparing the DNA patterns of one of the paternal grandparents with the child’s DNA, we can determine a “probability of grandparentage”.

One Mother, one Child and both Paternal Parents of the Alleged Father. A grandparentage test is performed to determine a child’s relationship to the alleged father’s family when the alleged father is unavailable or unwilling and no post-mortem sample is available. By comparing the DNA patterns of both paternal grandparents with the child, we can determine a “probability of grandparentage”.

Test Two Alleged Full Siblings with Common Parent. A siblingship test provides the likelihood of genetic relationship between two possible siblings, specifically when no other relatives are available for study. Please note that a grandparentage or reconstruction test is more definitive than a siblingship test, especially if the mother is not involved.

Test Two Alleged Full Siblings without Common Parent. A siblingship test provides the likelihood of genetic relationship between two possible siblings, specifically when no other relatives are available for study. Please note that a grandparentage or reconstruction test is more definitive than a siblingship test, especially if the mother is not involved.

Two Alleged Half. A siblingship test provides the likelihood of genetic relationship between two possible siblings, specifically when no other relatives are available for study. Please note that a grandparentage or reconstruction test is more definitive than a siblingship test, especially if the mother is not involved.

One Mother, one Child, one Paternal Parent, of the Alleged Father and one Full Sibling of the Alleged Father. Genetic reconstruction is used to test the relationship between a child and biological relatives of the alleged father, if he is deceased or unavailable for testing.

An avuncular test is performed to determine if two individuals are related to each other as aunt–nephew (or niece) or as uncle–nephew (or niece).

Two or more males (Ancestry Test). The mtDNA maternal lineage test is used to determine whether two or more individuals are related through their mothers (through the maternal/female line).  This test is often used to provide additional evidence in difficult maternity cases where the alleged mother is not available for testing.  Results of this testing may also be used to confirm the biological relatives of an adoptee.

Fraternal or Identical Twins. A twin zygosity test is a DNA test that definitively shows whether twins are identical or fraternal. When twins are born, the physician usually is able to tell whether they are identical or fraternal by examining the placenta.

Our DNA banking service provides peace of mind to organizations and private individuals by providing DNA-sample storage in a safe and highly secure environment. Clients receive a banking certificate stating the storage period (15 years), the names of the persons authorized to retrieve or use the samples, and other important information.

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