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DNA Testing in Jackson, MS

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We offer the Best DNA Prices in the Southeast region!

Non-Legal, one child, one father         $140
Each additional Child                                 $50

Legal, one child, one father                     $180
Each additional child                                   $50

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What type of tests are available?

Non-Legal Paternity Test
Determine who the father is, for personal knowledge.

Legal Paternity Test
Determine who the father is, for legal purpose such as child custody, child support, or court ordered, etc.

Full Sibling DNA Test
Determine whether two (or more) individuals share both parents in common.

Half Sibling DNA Test
Determine whether two (or more) individuals share one parent in common.

Duo Grandparentage DNA Test
Determine Grandparentage for grandfather, grandmother and grandchild.

Single Grandparentage Test
Determine Grandparentage for a single grandparent and grandchild.

Aunt/Uncle DNA Test
Determine and Uncle (or Aunt) and Nephew (or Niece) relationship.

1st Cousin DNA Test
Determine whether two (or more) individuals are first cousins.

Twin Zygosity Test
Determine whether twins (or triplets, etc.) are identical or fraternal.

Immigration DNA Paternity Testing
Verify paternity to establish citizenship for VISA applications.‚Äč

DNA Testing in Jackson, Mississippi

Paternity testing is used to determine whether or not a particular man is the biological father of a child. In some cases such as adoption or a found missing child, DNA tests can determine the biological mother as well. This procedure involves collecting and examining the DNA of a small sample of bodily fluid or tissue from a child and the potential father. DNA is the unique genetic "fingerprint" that makes up a person’s genes and chromosomes. When a baby is conceived, each parent passes on half of his/her DNA to the baby, whose genetic code (DNA) is a shared mix of only its mother’s and father’s DNA. By collecting and examining a small sample of DNA from the child and the potential father, a paternity test can confirm or disprove that the potential father is indeed the biological father of the child.

DNA is present in most of our body’s cells. A small sample for testing can be obtained from several bodily sources. The cells most commonly tested are obtained from the cells in the cheek of the mouth (called buccal cells). Cells are collected by gently rubbing a cotton swab – similar to a Q-tip® - on the inside cheek of the mouth. The swab is sent to a laboratory and a select number of specific DNA sequences are examined to determine if the DNA collected from the baby match DNA collected from the alleged father. 

DNA testing is generally considered to be the most accurate testing method available. DNA paternity testing can indicate that a man is highly likely to be the father 99.9 - 99.9999% accuracy, or that he is excluded as being the father with 100% accuracy. Results of buccal cell DNA paternity testing are usually available within 1 to 2 days after receipt by the laboratory. 

We offer home kits. Our kits contain the necessary materials and instructions for conducting a cheek cell swab test. After the DNA cheek cells are collected, the sample is sent to the laboratory for analysis. If directions are correctly followed, the testing technique and accuracy of a privately conducted home test does not differ compared with a test required by court order. For court ordered testing, however, the potential father would need to report to a designated paternity testing facility so that the testing can be witnessed and fingerprints and photographs can be confirmed. We service a lot of out of state clientele.
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