Can paternity testing also show if the mother is not really the mother?

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Can paternity testing also show if the mother is not really the mother?

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YES. Although it’s rare, there have been several cases in which non-maternity has been found while performing a routine paternity test.

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YES. Although it’s rare, there have been several cases in which non-maternity has been found while performing a routine paternity test. 3. Can parentage be determined when the alleged father is deceased? YES. There are several options. Blood or buccal samples collected at the time of death can be used, tissue specimens from previous surgeries or an autopsy may be used, his parents can be tested to determine if they are grandparents, or the body can be exhumed and a tissue sample taken for testing.

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YES. Although it’s rare, there have been several cases in which non-maternity has been found while performing a routine test. 9. Can parentage be determined when the alleged father is deceased? YES. There are several options. Blood or buccal samples collected at the time of death can be used, tissue specimens from previous surgeries or an autopsy may be used, his parents can be tested to determine if they are grandparents, or the body can be exhumed and tissue sample taken for testing. 10. What if mother and father are related? It does not matter, the results are still valid. 11. What if two alleged fathers are related (i.e. brothers, father-son)? It is possible for both individuals to have the same or similar genetic markers, therefore the lab should be informed of these circumstance, as extended testing may have to be performed. 12. What if mother, child and alleged father(s) live in different cities/states? We can accomdate each participant of the same test with seperate appointment

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