DNA paternity testing determines whether a man could be the biological father of a child. We all inherit our DNA (the genetic material) from our biological parents. A DNA paternity test compares a child's DNA pattern with that of the alleged father to check for evidence of this inheritance-the most definitive proof of a biological relationship.
The result of a DNA paternity test is either an exclusion (the alleged father is not the biological father), or an inclusion (the alleged father is considered the biological father). For a standard paternity test, GlobalLab Solutions guarantees at least 99.99% probability of paternity for inclusions or 100% certainty of exclusion.
Unlike in-home tests, where tested parties collect their own samples at their convenience, GlobalLab uses official chain of custody to ensure that you receive accurate and legally defensible results.
GlobalLab specializes in providing you with a high quality, confidential and private DNA paternity test, maternity test, sibling test or other family relationship test, incluidng AABB DNA Testing for Immigration.
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What is the Difference between the In-Home Collection Test and the Legal Test?
As far as accuracy, the results are exactly the same as the legally binding test. The only reason why the "In-Home Collection Test" is not admissible in court is due to the lack of chain of custody. This means we have no way of proving you collected the people that were tested, therefore it would not stand in court. If you need a test strictly for your own personal knowledge, this is the test for you.
You can have the same accuracy as a legally binding test, yet collection takes place in the privacy of your own home.
There are no age restrictions for testing. Testing can be performed at delivery. By simply collecting a "cheek swab" from the child after birth. Testing can also be performed before the child is born through Amniotic Fluid. Your Doctor can extract amniotic fluid during a specific "window" of your pregnancy. If your doctor is going to perform an Amnio test for medical reasons, then we can ask if they may collect extra sample for a paternity test.
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