Test List of Paternity Test and cost of each test
When to do DNA Paternity Test?
Parent-child identification (Paternity DNA test) refers to the use of biology, genetics and related disciplines to determine the genetic relationship between the Father and child according to the genetic laws of the genetic traits.
The cases involved include:
- The raising of children born out of wedlock
- The dispute of inheritance of property
- The identification of the child born by the misplaced newborn in the hospital delivery room
- The abduction and the disclaimer of the separated children.
What is a DNA Paternity Test Revealing About You?
The paternity test is mainly based on the genetic laws of simple genetic traits other than human blood type. The genetic traits are controlled by genes located on the chromosomes in the nucleus, and the individual characteristics are transmitted to the genes through the transmission of genes between the Father and Child.
The transmission of genes follows certain rules:
- The progeny genes are from the parents, half from the father and half from the mother.
- Unless a parent (or both) has a gene, the offspring will not have the gene.
- If one of the progeny is a homozygous gene, all of the progeny carry the gene.