How accurate is DNA-Based paternity testing?
The Genetic Profiles DNA Profiling method is an extremely accurate genetic testing method. It can absolutely determine if the man is not the biological father and reliably exclude him. DNA Profiling can establish that the alleged father is the child’s biological father with a probability of paternity of 99% or higher. Each year many individual clients, child support offices, attorneys, judges and physicians choose Genetic Profiles as their source for information, guidance and testing services in order to determine paternity.
DNA Testing is the most accurate way of determining the paternity of a child. Since DNA paternity testing is based on statistics, it is not 100% accurate. However, technology allows for results that are >99.99999% accurate. Laboratories can be 100% sure when a potential father is NOT the dad. They can be >99.9999% sure when a potential father IS the dad. Quality laboratories will test the samples twice to make sure the results are accurate. DNA Paternity Testing is as close as you can get to absolute certainty. For more information check this out: http://www.bostonpaternity.com/paternity…
• Do I need permission from a doctor or lawyer to have a paternity test done? • Who has to have a sample taken? • What if one of the parents is deceased? • Is there any legal confidentiality policy adopted in America that ensures privacy of DNA testing results? • How is Red blood grouping testing and HLA testing different from DNA paternity testing? • Can DNA testing be done before the baby is born? • Can I preserve DNA samples? • What is a Paternity Index? • Can I cheat DNA Paternity testing? • Is it mandatory to get samples from mother? • What is the difference between a blood DNA test and a mouth swab DNA test? • Can hair samples be used for DNA paternity testing? • How old does the child need to be for paternity determination testing? • What if the two possible fathers are related? • What is the best sample to take from a dead body for DNA testing? • Can the presence of blood or semen be detected on an item of clothing or other materials/objects? Can it be used as a test sample? •