Our paternity testing lab will help you prove the paternity of your child with a court admissible paternity test that can be used in any court in the United States.
Everyone inherits DNA from their biological parents. DNA paternity testing scientifically compares the child's DNA with that of the alleged biological father and, in most cases, the mother as well (at no additional cost) to determine completely valid paternity test results.
The documents for any DNA test, including tests for paternity, are carefully handled according to established Chain of Custody laws.
Transmetron is a full-service paternity test collection lab & paternity testing facility.
Our paternity testing lab can answer any of your questions about paternity tests or any other DNA testing questions you may have.
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Paternity tests are available at Transmetron & in some cases, we can also serve customers at their location. Contact your local lab for more information.
Paternity Testing means establishing fatherhood. Everyone is born with a unique genetic blueprint known as DNA (DeoxyriboNucleic Acid). Everyone inherits DNA from their biological parents. DNA paternity testing scientifically compares the child’s DNA with that of the alleged biological father and, in most cases, the mother as well to determine completely valid paternity test results.
Paternity test results can be court admissible in the following cases:
Social Services / Family Services
Child Custody Cases
Transmetron offers quality DNA Paternity Testing Services - DNA Paternity Test
Our lab is the first national DNA laboratory to offer a 21-marker genetic analysis in combination with our standard double-blind process on every paternity sample in every paternity case.
The experience and expertise of our Lab DNA Identification Testing division in the paternity testing industry provides clients with choices of enhanced and expanded services, including:
The ability to perform noninvasive sample collection (buccal swabs) on all parties and exclude, on average, more than 99.999% of non-fathers.
DNA test results usually available within 2 weeks after specimens are received at the laboratory.
Paternity can be determined using a simple buccal-swab collection from the mother, child and the alleged father. A buccal-swab collection is performed by using a collection device similar to a cotton swab and gently swabbing the inside of the cheek to collect a DNA sample.
Who needs to be tested? Mother, One Child, One Alleged Father (AF)
Paternity can be determined before birth through prenatal testing, which can be done during the 10th through the 24th week of gestation using amniocentesis or chorionic villi samples collected by an OB-GYN. The mother’s participation is required.
Who needs to be tested?
• Mother, Prenatal Sample, and one (1) or more Alleged Fathers (AF)