Peace of mind DNA Test, At home Paternity test
DNA Testing is a scientific test that compares the DNA of a child to the DNA of the mother and alleged father to determine if the tested man could be the biological father. DNA Paternity test is a form of relationship testing where a DNA analysis is conducted to check relationship between a father and his children. There are various reason why people go for Peace of mind DNA Test, At home Paternity test (or any other relationship testing). DNA paternity testing enables to determine whether a man could be the biological father of a child. All Human beings inherit DNA (the genetic material) from their 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, BDRC guarantees at least 99.99% probability of paternity for inclusions or 100% certainty of exclusion.
The type of paternity test you need will depend on what you intend to use the DNA test results for:
If you need paternity test results that can be used as a legal document, a Legal DNA Test needs to be performed.
However, if you need the test only for personal knowledge, a Peace of Mind DNA Test will suffice.
Unlike the Peace of Mind DNA Test, where tested parties collect their own samples at their convenience, the Legal DNA Test follows a Chain of Custody documentation process to ensure that you receive accurate and legally defensible results. When you set up your case with BDRC, we will coordinate a convenient sample collection appointment, during which a trained sample collector will complete all the necessary documentation to satisfy chain of custody requirements.
DNA Test Participants
In a standard DNA paternity test, the tested parties include a child, the alleged father, and the mother (called a trio).
The mother’s participation in the paternity test helps to exclude half of the child’s DNA, leaving the other half for comparison with the alleged father’s DNA. However, we can perform a paternity test without mother’s participation (called a motherless). A motherless test involves additional analysis, which we perform without any additional charge. Results are equally conclusive whether or not the mother participates. Motherless tests are guaranteed to have at least a 99.9% probability of paternity for inclusions and 100% for exclusion.