Paternity Test in Parma
Common conditions covered by a Paternity Test
Cancer, Determine fatherhood, Genetic cystic fibrosis, Genetic coronary heart disease, Genetic obesity
FAQs on Paternity Test
How does DNA testing work?
DNA test checks specific genes or 'markers' on the DNA to determine if people are related to each other. It is a susceptible DNA testing procedure in forensic medicine. The DNA is extracted from the sample (IT can be blood/biological fluid), and its genetic code is copied at the marker points.
Is the DNA test accurate?
The test has high accuracy, and identification is easily possible if the sample is collected sufficient and timely.
How are the DNA samples taken?
Sample collection can be done at home or your nearest clinic. It depends on the type of sample to be taken. Most kits involve sampler swabs to aid in sample collection. In the case of a legal test, it must follow strict measures.