Prenatal Paternity Tests
Find out the paternity and gender of your unborn baby
Non-invasive prenatal paternity tests have no risk of harm to the mother or unborn baby.
Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test
Only needs a maternal blood sample and a sample from the alleged fatherLearn more >>
Who is the father? Finding out the paternal and maternal relationship.
Through DNA analysis of cheek swabs or other DNA samples, we can determine not only the relationship of the mother and father, but also between siblings, grandparents and other family relationships.
Next-generation DNA sequencing technology can accurately determine whether there is a biological parent-child relationship between the alleged father and child.Learn about Paternity Tests
Next-generation DNA sequencing technology can accurately determine whether there is a biological parent-child relationship between the alleged mother and child.Learn about Maternity Tests
Twins DNA TestLearn about Twins DNA Tests
Forensic DNA Tests
Forensic DNA Tests are used by police in criminal investigations to aid in identifying criminals and bringing them to justice.
Law enforcement and CSI teams rely on the latest technology in semen and blood stain DNA testing for identifying criminals.
Comparison DNA Test
It is possible to extract and compare the DNA from two samples to determine if they are from the same person.Learn about Comparison DNA Tests
Bloodstain DNA Test
Bloodstain DNA Tests are 100 times more accurate than a luminol test!Learn about Bloodstain DNA Tests
Animal DNA Tests
You can discover or confirm the pedigree of your pets, livestock or show animals.
Using the same DNA testing technology that is used for humans, it is possible to analyze the DNA of a various animals to discover their biological relationships and lineage.
Home and Legal DNA Tests
DNA testing can accurately confirm biological relationships and dissolve any confusion over family relations. There are two types of DNA tests: a home DNA test for your own personal and private use and a legal DNA test that can be submitted to public institutions and used for legal purposes. We do not currently offer legal DNA tests at this time.
Home DNA Test
Home DNA tests provide peace of mind and are intended for private use. The genetic samples are self-collected in the privacy of your own home, and the test results are sent by email in an easy-to-print format. It is possible to request a report of the results to be sent by post at an additional fee. Your privacy is one of our top priorities. We contact the original applicant of the test only and do not contact the other tested parties or notify them of the test results.