DNA testing in the UK provided by easyDNA. Prenatal paternity testing, at home paternity testing and legal DNA testing available. Immigration tests provided by easyDNA are Home Office Approved.Laboratories carrying out your DNA test are ISO 17025 and AABB accredited.Attention to customer care and short turnaround time for DNA test results. DNAtests are carried out using oral swabs which are supplied in a user friendlykit. Two swabs are included for every person along with forms and instructions.easyDNA places a very strong emphasis on customer care and makes availablevarious methods with which clients can contact the company.
You mention accreditation on your website. can you tell me a bit more about this?
Iso 17025 accreditation is a certification of the technical competence of a laboratory. it involves the application of specific procedures and criteria by trained specialist assessors to evaluate the performance and ability of the laboratory to provide accurate data from precise testing procedures using properly calibrated instrumentation.
What prices can i expect to pay for a dna test?
The price of a specific test is dependent on the test being taken. it will also depend on the number of persons participating and the nature of the sample sent for testing. details of prices are provided on our website
What are your payment options?
You pay when you order the test, in the form of personal cheque, postal orders, bank draft or credit cards (visa or mastercard). our payment option††page provides more concrete information.
How accurate is the paternity test?
The easydna test offers results that are 99.99% accurate. this is based on 16 different dna markers and is 100 times more accurate than a court would require as proof of whether or not a particular person was or was not the father of a child.
Do i need to include the motherís sample for a paternity test?
Although the mother's dna will help to strengthen the results, the type of test carried out by easydna is sufficiently accurate not to require the mother's sample to be included. without the mother's sample, the probability inclusion of paternity is at least 99.9% (in cases where the tested alleged father is the biological father). with the mother's sample, this percentage goes up to 99.99% or higher).
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