Paternity & Maternity Testing
Paternity DNA TestingDETERMINE THE FATHER OF A CHILD/CHILDREN
A Paternity DNA Test is used to determine who is the genetic Father of a Child or Children. A standard Paternity Test analyzes DNA specimens from the Mother (if available), the Child, and the Alleged Father. A simple mouth swab is all that is needed to get a DNA sample from each of the tested parties.
Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Testing (Blood)DETERMINE THE FATHER OF AN UNBORN BABY USING BLOOD SAMPLES
A Prenatal Paternity DNA Test using only blood samples from Alleged Father and Mother that can be performed as early as 10 weeks of pregnancy; a completely non-invasive method to determine paternity of an unborn child.
Invasive Prenatal Paternity Testing (Amnio)DETERMINE THE FATHER OF AN UNBORN BABY USING AMNIOTIC FLUID
A Prenatal Paternity Test using amniotic fluid samples requires the Mother to first undergo a common antenatal procedure, called amniocentesis. This invasive procedure is performed by an OBGYN to extract amniotic fluid from the Mother, which contains Fetal DNA.
Maternity DNA TestingDETERMINE THE MOTHER OF A CHILD/CHILDREN
A Maternity DNA Test is used to determine who is the genetic Mother of a Child or Children. A standard Maternity Test analyzes DNA specimens from the Father (if available), the Child, and the Alleged Mother. A simple mouth swab is all that is needed to get a DNA sample from each of the tested parties.