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ANY TIME LAB DNA paternity testing determines whether a man could be the biological father of a child.

We all inherit our DNA 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.

If the test samples are taken by a professional Unilab Express associate, the results can be used at court as evidence.

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 DNA paternity test, we guarantee at least 99.99% probability of paternity or 100% certainty of non-paternity.

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What is DNA Paternity Testing?
DNA paternity testing is based on the fact that each person's unique genetic blueprint is stored in material known as DNA. This DNA determines everything about us as human beings and is largely the same for all people. However, small differences in DNA between people determine each of our unique characteristics, including traits like eye color and blood type. There are also DNA differences that have no biological purpose, but which are useful for differentiating between or identifying people.

Markers for identity applications like paternity testing or forensic identification use these types of non-functional genetic differences. One type of such markers are called Short Tandem Repeats (or STRs) because they have varying numbers of repeated segments of DNA. Another type are called Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (or SNPs) because they have a variation in only a single DNA base.

Each person's DNA exists in two sets - one set of DNA is inherited from their mother and one from their father. If that portion of the child's DNA pattern that is not inherited from the mother (called the obligate paternal portion) does not match the DNA pattern of the alleged father, he is excluded as the biological father. Exclusion is verified by at least three DNA marker systems.
What is a Combined paternity Index?
Each DNA marker that is used in a paternity test is given a Paternity Index (PI) which is a calculated value based upon the inheritance scenario and genotypes that exist. The Paternity Index reflects the weight of the statistical strength of genetic association given the discovered Mother, Child or Alleged Father genotypes. For every genetic locus, analysts will calculate a paternity index. Thus, the current accepted standard for paternity testing is 15 genetic loci: for each of these loci, a paternity index will be worked out. Once analysts have all 15 indices, they them combine them to form the combined paternity index through a special mathematical calculation. The combined paternity index is then expressed as a percentage which is known as the probability of paternity. The probability of paternity is always in excess of 99.999% if the alleged father is the biological dad. If he is not the biological father, he will be excluded with 100% probability.
Do All Parties Need To Come Together for DNA Paternity testing?
With our National availability and 2000+ collection partners, we can collect DNA Samples from all over the US. The subject parties don't need to come-in together. Unilab Express has the ability to bring the samples together at the lab and conduct the most reliable DNA Paternity Testing for you. 
Can We Provide DNA Paternity Testing Without The Mother?
Yes. We can complete the test accurately without the mothers sample. However, this test involves more analysis and may take a few extra days to complete.
We recommend including mothers DNA. Including the biological mother in DNA paternity testing and any DNA test strengthens DNA test results. Testing the mother's DNA increases the likelihood of a conclusive result for any DNA test - including DNA tests for paternity, siblings, or grandparents.
Is A $79 DNA Paternity Test The Right Choice For You?
A $79 paternity test can be more expensive to the consumer in the long run. They are generally not reliable because the testing could be done outside industry protocols and/or performed by inexperienced staff, which could lead to results that are interpreted incorrectly leading to false results. Keep in mind that paternity testing consists of complex procedures and analyses that can only be done by highly trained and qualified individuals.
How long does it take to get results?
Once the lab receives all DNA samples, it typically takes up to five days to complete the test. The report is then mailed or faxed to you. At Unilab Express we also offer expedited DNA Paternity Tests for a small fee.
Legal, Court Admissible DNA Test Vs. Own Knowledge?
There are variety of reasons people and families have DNA tests performed. Before you order DNA test, it is important that you consider whether you need the test for informational purposes, or for legal purposes.

The most commonly ordered paternity test is a legal test. In this test, specimens are collected, or the collection is witnessed, by an independent third party. This collector completes paperwork relating to identification of the parties to the test and handles shipment of the samples to the laboratory. The final test result is notarized, has AABB accreditation and is admissible in a court proceeding as evidence of the test outcome, either paternity or non-paternity depending on the test results. The critical component to this test which makes it different is the verified chain-of-custody, which includes identification of the parties and proper handling of specimens before they reach the laboratory. The actual laboratory procedures are performed to the same high standards.

Both tests are performed using similar technology and attention to detail, however the legal paternity testing procedure addresses additional legal requirements and procedures. These include: completion of relevant legal paperwork, the involvement of a disinterested third party, dated and recent positive legal identification, confirmation that participants are of legal age (accompanied by a legal guardian), and more...
Can DNA Test results be altered?
No. Alcohol, drugs, medication, food, age or lifestyle does not alter the DNA pattern within an individual. There will be either DNA present or not.
Is there a minimum age requirement for testing?
No, there is no minimum age for DNA paternity testing. Paternity Testers DNA testing is not affected by age. Testing can be performed on fetuses and even deceased persons. In the case of unborn children, Paternity Testers can perform paternity testing using amniotic fluids samples.
Can DNA Testing Be Done if one of the parties is missing?
DNA technology is so powerful that the genetic patterns of a deceased father can be reconstructed from grandparents, siblings or other children to determine paternity. It can also provide answers when the mother is absent.
Blood sample or Buccal swab?
Buccal swabs and blood samples provide results with the same degree of accuracy. But since buccal swabs are easy and painless to collect, they are used in the majority of DNA paternity tests.
Can we have anonymous DNA Paternity testing?
Yes, You do not need to provide an ID for informational DNA Paternity Testing. Please be aware that Informational DNA testing will not be admissible in court.
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