Here we have tried to answer the most common and frequently asked questions that we get from our clients. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, feel free to leave us a comment or email us at [email protected]. We’re here to help you answer some of life’s most important questions.
Unfortunately, there are unscrupulous individuals who sell fake DNA tests, and as people don't buy a DNA test every day, it can be hard to know what to look for when choosing[...]
A Paternity Test report from PTC Laboratories shows the DNA profiles of ONE Alleged Father and ONE Child being tested. If the Mother of the Child provides her samples[...]
From one person to the next, our DNA is almost identical. What makes us 'unique' at a genetic level is that our genes differ slightly from individual to individual. These variations[...]
We've all heard of 'DNA', and we know that we have DNA in our body, but what really is DNA? As a basic scientific definition, DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid, and is the building[...]
Paternity Testing Corporation (PTC) Laboratories is based in the American city of Columbia, Missouri, where it was established in 1996. This means, that for legal Thai purposes[...]
No, you don't have to wait until the baby is born. There are actually two options for testing for paternity before the baby is born. 1. Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test[...]
No, there is no need for everyone to be in the same country or city in order to be tested. For legal tests that need to follow chain-of-custody of samples[...]
Q: WE ARE NOT GIVING OUR DNA SAMPLES AT THE SAME TIME/PLACE. HOW DO I KNOW THE RIGHT PERSON WAS TESTED?
If you are having your sample collected for a legal test, strict chain-of-custody of samples must be followed, as well as stringent identification checks. Everyone tested[...]
All results issued by PTC Laboratories are notarized by our staff of Public Notaries, regardless of whether the test was a Legal (Chain-of-Custody) Test or an At-Home (Peace-of-Mind) Test[...]
Q: THERE COULD BE MORE THAN ONE ALLEGED FATHER, AND THEY MIGHT BE RELATED. CAN I JUST TEST ONE OF THEM?
A: No. If there is more than one possible Father, and the possible Fathers are closely related to each other (i.e. as brothers, or as father and son), then it is very important to provide DNA[...]
A: It is not required to include the known Mother in a Paternity DNA Test, however, it is always better to include the Mother because it allows for a more accurate result in a quicker[...]
The actual testing/analysis is identical for a Legal Test (also called a Chain-of-Custody (CoC) Test) and an At-Home Test (also called a Peace-of-Mind (PoM) Test): both undergo the same rigorous[...]
There are two types of television shows that portray DNA testing and neither gives a very clear picture of what really happens. TALK SHOWS The first type of TV show that often features DNA [...]