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AB DNA Testing
63-11 Queens Boulevard
Woodside NY 11377
Phone: 718-701-0292
Fax: 718-458-9700


OUR OFFICES REMAIN OPEN DURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS 

During the Coronavirus emergency, our offices and lab remain open and are providing all regular DNA testing & other services.

Office Hours:
Monday: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Tuesday: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Wednesday: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed


Welcome to the Best DNA Testing in NYC!

We offer New York’s BEST AND MOST AFFORDABLE DNA TESTING with a full range of services to verify family relationships.

All Specimen Collectors Are AABB Certified

Our staff members have undergone AABB Relationship Testing Collection Training and Certification and are AABB Certified sample collectors for relationship testing purposes and are included on the list of qualified collection suppliers given quarterly to AABB Accredited Relationship Testing Laboratories worldwide. AABB Certificates available to view on demand.


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Why are we the best?

See the many reasons below:

We specialize in the following types of DNA tests:

• Paternity • Maternity • Grand-parenting • Sibling Relationship • Biological Relationship Studies • Twin Studies • Deceased Paternity • Forensic Testing • Child Identity Testing Ancestry • Family Tree and Genealogy Testing

EXPERT DNA TESTING SERVICES AT THE LOWEST PRICES ANYWHERE!

* EVEN LOWER PRICE THAN HOME DNA KITS.
* NO HIDDEN COSTS – Collection kits, photography, and fingerprinting all included.
* 99.9% (OR GREATER) ACCURACY AND AABB CERTIFIED.
* FINAL RESULTS ARE PRESENTED IN A NOTARIZED DOCUMENT IN A CLEAR AND CONCISE FORM.
* ALL RESULTS ARE COURT ADMISSIBLE.
* OVER 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE.
* NO REFERRALS NECESSARY!
* FAST AND PAINLESS SAMPLE COLLECTIONS, USING BUCCAL (Mouth) SWABS.
* SPANISH, PORTUGUESE, FRENCH AND CREOLE SPOKEN.

* PLEASE SEE TRANSLATIONS OF OUR SERVICES IN: SPANISH, BENGALI, URDU, CHINESE AND NEPALESE!

* OPEN SATURDAYS & Sundays!

Located In Woodside Queens, easily reachable from all boroughs (Queens, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx and Staten Island), Westchester, Nassau and Suffolk. 4 Blocks from No. 7 Train (Flushing Line) and Long Island Railroad.


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Call us.  We have found that in many cases, our personalized service can overturn your denial. We will call the passport office or immigration dept. for you and plead your case over phone verbally.

90% of time they will revoke your denial, as long as you get the required information to them quickly.


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63-11 Queens Boulevard
Woodside NY 11377
718-701-0292
Fax: 718-458-9700

We are open on evenings & holidays!

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OUR OFFICES REMAIN OPEN DURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS 

During the Coronavirus emergency, our offices and lab remain open and are providing all regular DNA testing & other services.


AB DNA Testing offers a full range of DNA testing services using the most highly qualified AABB-Certified DNA testing laboratories in the country.

For New York residents, DNA testing has to be performed by a physician or legal entity (court, USCIS, US Embassy or Consulate).

AB DNA TESTING offers a “One-Stop Shopping” service since we have a doctor on the premises who will perform the test. We are open 7 days a week, including weekends.

All specimen collectors are AABB Certified. AABB certificates available on request.

Other doctors will charge a fee just for the office visit. We do not charge a fee for our on premises doctor visit. Save money and call for an appointment today!

Category Archives: Paternity DNA test

Parental DNA Testing

What is parental DNA testing? The most important and popular use of DNA testing is the confirmation of the child’s biological parents. The confirmation of the child’s biological parents is crucial for clearing away doubts regarding the child’s birth. It is also very decisive for children’s rights and custody during conflicts or divorce between the parents.

Although other biological identification tests were in use before the advent of DNA testing process, but blood typing, HLA test, and serological testing were less accurate for determining biological relations. After the introduction of DNA testing during 80s, scientists discovered the potential of DNA testing for identifying biological relationships.

What is the process for Parental DNA Test?

DNA is the unique genetic make-up of an individual. When a baby comes in this world, the mother and father pass on half of their DNA to the baby. The baby’s DNA is a mix of the parent’s DNA with a unique sequence.

For the parental DNA testing process, we collect a small buccal sample of an individual, and then we obtain and examine the DNA sequence. We then compare the DNA from the samples of the alleged father or mother. The 0% matching gives a negative result. For a positive result, the probability between the parent and the child should be 99.9% or greater.

Parental DNA Testing: False Results

Although the DNA testing process is highly advanced and we perform it very carefully, there are possibilities of false results. DNA tests from proper and certified labs and research centers have hardly any chances of false results. But the following situations can alter the results of a paternal DNA test.

  • Fraud

If the DNA paternity test is done for a legal case, either of the parties might want to get hold of the test result and tamper it. Tampering test results is nearly impossible under strict regulations and when a proper and certified lab is performing the test. However, if any party can get hold of the result, they can tamper it for their gain.

  • Lab Error

Deliberate fraud is not the only reason for false positive and negative results. Errors by the lab during the test process can also give inaccurate results. If you suspect that your test result is incorrect, this might be the reason, and you should have another test.

  • Candidates may be Related

Even if the candidates are have a relation, the DNA test will not give a 99% probability in usual cases. However,  in some instances, it is possible. If the candidate has a relation to the kid, then the lab should conduct the test very carefully, and give results double-checking to be on the safe side.

  • DNA Mutations

DNA mutations are alterations in the DNA sequence. They happen spontaneously throughout life and cause no interference in the DNA test result. But if a sperm contains a strand of DNA with mutation, the chances are that paternity test can give false negative result for  the father and child. Radioactive rays. especially from chemotherapy, and other sources can induce mutations in DNA. In such cases, using the DNA from the mother can increase the paternity index and give correct test results.

Final Thoughts

Paternal DNA tests are important when the rights and duties of parents are an issue, and the child’s paternity is in doubt. Getting paternity tests from a proper and certifies lab is necessary to cancel out any chances of error. AABB DNA Testing offers a full range of services to validate family relations. AAB DNA Testing is certified and has court-admissible DNA tests.

Contact us at  718-701-0292 to get the best DNA testing in NYC.

 

The court is making me take a DNA test for paternity. How do I get one?

Why do I need a DNA Test for paternity?

dna-test-for-paternity-nyc-lab-01So, the court is making you take a DNA test for paternity. Why? For starters, some people do not know if they are the father of the child in question. The court may need this information for legal matters. Often in these circumstances, the mother and alleged father disagree about paternity and need an official test to prove paternity.

If the mother and father agree about paternity, they are able to file an Acknowledgement of Paternity, which is a legal document stating the paternity of the child. If necessary, this document can be revoked if you later change your mind about paternity.

These paternity tests can help the court decide about things such as custody, visitation rights, and mandatory payment of child support. Sometimes paternity tests are used for immigration purposes. Paternity tests are often issued be the Office of the Attorney General of your state. 

How do I get a paternity test?

top-nyc-lab-paternity-dna-testing-2019-02For a court-ordered paternity test, you will need to visit an AABB licensed DNA testing lab, like our lab. To obtain the DNA sample, we will collect buccal cells, or cheek cells, from inside your cheek using a cheek swab made of cotton. We will then compare your DNA to the DNA of the child.

Each person has a unique set of DNA. All of a person’s DNA put together is called a genome. When people are related, their genomes are more similar to each other than when they are not related. When we compare the genomes of multiple people side-by-side, we are able to see how similar the genomes are. This comparison is called DNA profiling or Genetic Fingerprinting, and is the same process used in criminal investigations to see if someone’s fingerprint or hair matches the genome of the suspect. This genome comparison will give a percentage result.

This percentage represents the probability that the two people- in this case a child and parent- are related. If the probability is 0% then they are not related. If they are related, the probability may be as high as 99.99%.

So, if you receive a paternity probability of 99.99%, then you are the biological father of the child. However, if the paternity probability is much lower, or even 0%, then you are not the biological father of the child. These tests are extremely accurate.

You will receive your results about 4 – 6 weeks after the paternity test. After these results are sent back from our lab, the court will be able to finalize your paternity.

How much can I expect to pay?

paternity-dna-lab-test-costs-03A Legal paternity test is more expensive than a Non-Legal paternity test because it must be done at a DNA testing lab, such as our lab. They can cost between $100-$500. Many at-home DNA tests cost much less than $100, but these tests will not suffice for legal matters and the court will not accept them as valid DNA evidence. Therefore, if ordered to take a paternity test by the court, you must take a Legal paternity test in an accredited lab.

Contact us today to schedule a paternity test appointment with the best DNA testing lab in NYC.

AB DNA Testing
63-11 Queens Boulevard
Woodside NY 11377
718-701-0292

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References:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNA_paternity_testing
https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/child-support/paternity/court-ordered-paternity
https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/child-support/paternity/acknowledgement-paternity-aop

Maternity & Paternity DNA Testing: Who’s the parent?

Who’s the parent?

dna-test-for-maternity-paternity-top-nyc-lab-01There are many reasons someone may desire a maternity or paternity test. These are DNA tests used to confirm a child’s biological parents, either for personal knowledge or for legal reasons. These DNA tests are extremely accurate.

Maternity DNA Tests

We typically perform maternity tests for people who need a legal confirmation of maternity for immigration, citizenship, or passport purposes. This test can also be performed for other legal reasons, such as confirmation of Native American Tribal

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Membership. However, we also perform maternity tests for other reasons, including for non-legal reasons. An example of a maternity test performed for a non-legal reason would be a grown child who, after being adopted, wants to confirm who their biological mother is. Or perhaps there is a mix-up in the maternity ward at a hospital and the doctors need to confirm the mother of a child. In this case, they would seek a maternity test.

Another reason someone might seek a maternity test is in the case of surrogacy. Surrogacy is the process in which a man and woman use in-vitro fertilization to have their fertilized embryos placed in another woman’s uterus so that she will grow and birth the child for that couple. This process does not always work, and, in some cases, the surrogate mother will become pregnant with her own child instead. A maternity test would be needed to confirm if the child belongs to the couple or the surrogate mother.

Paternity DNA Tests

As with maternity tests, most paternity tests at our laboratory are performed for immigration purposes. However, we also perform many paternity tests to establish legal parenthood. These paternity tests can help the court decide about things such as custody, visitation rights, and mandatory payment of child support. Sometimes we perform paternity tests because a mother and/or her child would simply like to know who the father is for their own personal information.

Whatever your reason for seeking either a maternity or paternity test, it is important to know how these tests work.

How do maternity and paternity DNA tests work?

paternity-test-dna-lab-best-value-info-03When we perform a maternity or paternity test, we usually collect buccal cells (cheek cells) from inside a person’s cheek using a cheek swab made of cotton. We will need swab samples from both the child and the alleged father and/or mother to be tested. Once we have the cell samples, we are able to perform the DNA test for paternity or maternity.

Each person has a unique set of DNA. All of a person’s DNA put together is called a genome. When people are related, their genomes are more similar to each other than when they are not related. When we compare the genomes of multiple people, we are able to see how similar the genomes are. This comparison is called DNA profiling or Genetic Fingerprinting. This genome comparison will give a percentage result.

This percentage represents the probability that the two people- in this case a child and parent- are related. If the probability is 0% then they are not related. If they are related, the probability may be as high as 99.99%.

Do you want to confirm paternity or maternity? Contact us today  at 718-701-0292 to schedule a paternity test or maternity test appointment with the best DNA testing lab in NYC.


References:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNA_paternity_testing

How do paternity DNA tests work and what are their costs?

Why should you get a paternity DNA test?

paternity-dna-tests-most-affordable-01There are many reasons someone may want a paternity test. Perhaps a mother would like to confirm the father of her child. Or perhaps a father would like to confirm a child as his own. Or a grown child may want to know who his or her father really is. Whatever your reason for seeking a paternity test, it is important to understand how they work.

What samples do we need to perform a paternity test?

When we perform a paternity test, we usually collect buccal cells, or cheek cells, from inside a person’s cheek using a cheek swab made of cotton. We will need swab samples from both the child and the alleged father to be tested.

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In some cases, people want a paternity test done before the child is born. In this case, we can refer you to Genetic specialists that will perform an amniocentesis procedure in which amniotic fluid is taken from the womb and used as a sample. However, there is a small risk of miscarriage when performing this procedure.

There is also a new way to perform a paternity test before the child is born, without a risk of miscarriage. Because some DNA from the fetus floats around in the mother’s bloodstream, we can take some of her blood and use that as the sample for the child.

After we have the DNA sample either from cheek cells, amniotic fluid, or blood, we can perform the DNA test.

How do paternity tests work?

Each person has a unique set of DNA. All of a person’s DNA put together is called a genome. When people are related, their genomes are more similar to each other than when they are not related.

top-dna-testing-lab-nyc-paternity-03When we compare the genomes of multiple people, we are able to see how similar the genomes are. This comparison is called DNA profiling or Genetic Fingerprinting, and is the same process used in criminal investigations to see if someone’s fingerprint or hair matches the genome of the suspect. For a paternity test with a female child, we use this method to compare the two genomes.

However, in performing a paternity test for a male child, this process of comparison becomes much easier. Instead of using the entire genome, we are able to compare just the Y chromosome from the child and the potential father because male children inherit their father’s Y chromosome.

After we perform the paternity test, you will receive a percentage result. This percentage represents the probability that the child and potential father are related. If the probability is 0% then they are not related. If they are related, the probability may be as high as 99.99%. These paternity tests are very accurate.

How much does a paternity test cost?

The cost of a paternity test is based on the type of paternity test you choose. There are two types: Legal paternity tests and Non-Legal paternity tests. Legal paternity tests are used in court to establish things such as mandatory child support. Non-Legal paternity tests are used for your own personal information. While Legal Paternity tests can cost between $100 and $500, Non-Legal paternity tests can be done for as little as $15 because they can be done from home. A Legal paternity test is more expensive because it must be done at an AABB-accredited DNA testing lab, such as our lab. Contact us today to schedule a paternity test appointment with the best DNA testing lab in NYC.


References:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNA_paternity_testing

https://www.verywellfamily.com/about-paternity-tests-1270746

https://dnacenter.com/blog/are-home-paternity-tests-accurate/

How Paternity DNA Testing May Help You

accurate-dna-testing-paternity-parentage-nyc-queens-01Paternity DNA testing is carried out in order to determine who the biological father of a child is. If you have doubts as to who your biological father is or you want to determine whether you could be the biological father of a child, this type of test can prove invaluable. There are many reasons why people decide that they need to have this type of test carried out and in many cases it is simply because they want to know who their father or child is. However, there are also other reasons why people have this type of test performed.

A paternity DNA test is a pretty simple process and one that is used regularly. When we are born we inherit half of our DNA from our father so carrying out a DNA test can determine whether part of a child’s DNA is a match with the assumed father that is also being tested. This then provides you with conclusive information as to the identity of the biological father.

Some of the reasons why you may need this information

paternity-dna-testing-court-admissible-02There are various reasons why you may need to have a paternity test carried out to find out about your biological father or child. Of course, for many it is simply a case of wanting to know once and for all who their biological father or child is, as this is not something that anyone wants to have doubts about. However, some of the other reasons why people decide to have a paternity DNA test include:

  • In relation to child support
  • For child custody reasons
  • For immigration
  • For the birth certificate
  • In relation to tax issues
  • In connection with estate and wills
  • In relation to a court order
  • For adoption reasons
  • For legal reasons

am-i-the-parent-of-child-test-03By using paternity testing experts to find out this information, you can benefit from greater peace of mind and conclusive results. When you use a reputable facility, the results are checked and verified to ensure you never have to worry about inaccuracies or even mixed up results.

Arranging a DNA paternity test with the experts

If you need to have a paternity DNA test carried out for any reasons, you need to ensure you go to a reputable facility with experience staff to carry out the testing. You can do this by contacting one of the leading DNA testing centers in NYC.

What Exactly is a Paternity-DNA Test and can it be Performed Easily?

Paternity-DNA Test

Paternity-DNA TestA paternity-DNA test is performed to discover whether an individual is the biological father of a particular child or not. The process requires a small sample of bodily fluids or tissue extracted from both the boy and the potential father. It is also considered as the genetic fingerprint that forms our chromosomes and genes. Moreover, did you know that half the DNA of your mother and father is what contributed to your DNA? A paternity test can determine the biological relationship between the baby and the father – which also make it important that you have it performed in DNA testing in NYC.

Paternity-DNA test performance

Performing a paternity test is technically easy. The cells in our body contain most of our DNA and a testing sample can be taken from multiple bodily sources. A DNA test is commonly performed through buccal cells – which are present inside the cheek of your mouth. To conduct the cheek cell test, the sample is collected by rubbing a cotton swab inside the cheek of the father’s mouth. The sample later goes to a laboratory for further examining. After the examination of a number of particular DNA series, it is identified whether the DNA samples of the baby and the father match or not.

Also, the paternity can be performed through two methods before the birth of the baby i.e.

  1. Invasive paternity testing
  2. Non-invasive paternity testing

Invasive paternity testing

Paternity-DNA TestIn invasive paternity testing, the DNA test can be performed through two methods – chorionic villus sampling and amniocentesis. However, it is important for you to select the best DNA testing center in NYC.

The chorionic villus sampling (CVS) is performed between 11 and 13 weeks of pregnancy only. The procedure of the test includes examining a tiny tissue sample taken from the placenta.
The amniocentesis is usually conducted in 16 and 22 weeks during pregnancy. In the process, a needle passes through the abdomen of the mother to collect a sample of amniotic fluid, which is basically the water around the baby, which also what contains its cell.

These paternity tests are accurate and recommended because the samples are directly taken from the fetus. Apart from this, there is a small risk of miscarriage associated with both testing processes that is one percent CVS and 0.5% for amniocentesis. Therefore, it is suggested to consult only a genetic specialist (maternal-fetal medicine specialist) for the performance of these procedures.

Non-invasive paternity testing

Paternity-DNA TestThe advancement in genetic testing has allowed experts to discover the biological father of the baby before the child is born. In non-invasive paternity method, a tiny amount of fetal DNA (cffDNA) is taken, which is available in the woman’s blood during pregnancy. The results of this procedure are accurate and there is not any risk of miscarriage associated with it. According to several studies, cffDNA can be performed only in seven weeks of gestation. It is noteworthy here that the amount of cffDNA increases as pregnancy proceeds.

Apart from this, DNA tests are also essential for legal requirements i.e. child support, inheritance, social welfare benefits or adoption process. And to get accurate DNA test results, contact us now and book an appointment with the most trusted DNA testing center in New York City.

Call us at 718-701-0292 to schedule an appointment with the top DNA testing center in NYC.

Legal vs. Home Paternity DNA Testing

Paternity DNA testing is performed to clear doubts regarding a biological relationship between a father and son. People opt for it due to its accuracy. You can perform Paternity DNA test at home whereas a third party conducts the legal testing. However, the same technique is applied to analyze the taken samples. It is essential to learn the difference between these two testing methods as they carry sensitive information. It is even better to refer to a trustworthy DNA testing in New York.

Home Paternity DNA Test

Paternity DNA Test

Home paternity testing is also called “peace of mind paternity test.” It clears doubt and is an ideal way to discover the biological relationship between possible father and son. You can perform testing without hurting your privacy. And after results, you can decide whether this matter should be taken a step further or not.

The process is simple, and all you have to do is order a “testing kit” via online or telephone, and it will arrive at your doorstep. This testing doesn’t require any evidence of participant’s identity, but consent for samples analysis would be required. The results of home testing will issue via e-mail. However, a hard copy can be sent on request of the participant. It is noteworthy here that these results are for your peace of mind and personal knowledge and do not serve any legal purpose.

Legal Paternity DNA Test

Paternity DNA TestA legal paternity test is carried out by the third party that is also called court-admissible paternity test. It serves several legal matters, i.e., name changing on a birth certificate, percentage issues, or even for immigration petitions.

The participants who opt for legal paternity DNA test would require filling out application forms that include all the required contact details. It might include name and address of a doctor who is assigned to take samples – this doctor works as a sampler and holds huge responsibility during the entire process. The sampler ensures the “chain of custody” that is a requirement in legal DNA testing.

  • The first step in paternity DNA testing is the verification of participant’s identity also included in the paternity test report. This formality makes results permissible in the court.
  • After verification, the sampler witnesses participants collecting their samples.
  • The sampler then saves samples – swabs of each participant carefully in each envelope.
  • Paternity DNA TestThe samples then send to a laboratory for further examination and results are sent within 24 hours. Participants receive legally attested copy of the results after few days.

This is a little time taking the process as it involves steps above to ensure the authenticity of the results. There is no chance of fraud associated with it as the samples are always taken in the presence of a third party. Home paternity DNA testing is much simpler than this method.

These tests are sensitive and to get valid results, schedule an appointment right now with the best DNA testing center in New York.

Call us at 718-701-0292 to schedule an appointment with the top DNA testing center in NYC.

DNA Paternity Test – What Does It Tell You and What It Can’t Tell You

You may expect paternity testing to enable you about attributes and particular details of each participant apart from the biological relationship between possible father and son. Did you know you can learn more than that? It is an advanced technology that gives you accurate paternity test results – if is performed by New York’s best testing center.

What Does a DNA Paternity Test Tell You

DNA paternity testing is not only reliable but also a cost-effective way to determine a biological relationship between a possible father and son. It provides positive paternity results and probability of confirmed biological relationship is always 99.99% whereas a chance of negative outcome is always 0%. Testing a child’s DNA with the father’s DNA directly always gives either positive or negative result. The experts in our DNA testing center are always there to analyze the outcome.

Gender of the Participant

For various helpful reasons, the gender of a participant is checked during DNA paternity testing. For instance, a DNA sample is sent to determine a biological relationship between a father and son. While testing samples, if technician identifies that the sent DNA sample is not from a male but a female then laboratory can contact that person for clarification.

A lab can even ask for sample recollection because in some cases DNA sample gets contaminated or mislabeled by a client. These mistakes cause doubts about results accuracy. This is why the identifying gender of a participant is a crucial step in DNA paternity testing.

What DNA Paternity Testing Can’t Tell You

The outcomes you get from DNA paternity testing are definitive. However, it still has its shortcomings, and it may not provide satisfying results in cases like:

  • DNA paternity testing gives a final report of the result based on the provided sample. However, if the accused father sends cheek swab of his friend as a DNA sample, the testing can’t enable you about this sort of fraud. However, our testing center facilitates possible father, mother, and child to collect their sample in a separate room.
  • In case of the possibility of two fathers who are biologically related as well, people assume that their age can identify DNA. But unfortunately, it is not simple because determining someone’s age through DNA is only possible by comparing a DNA sample collected at their birth with the current sample.
  • The paternity testing gets troublesome in case of identical twins because they hold the similar DNA. This case demands analysis of entire genome sequence for both men to identify the birth father in these identical twins – means analysis of around six billion markers.
  • In case of performing paternity test without the father, the sample can be taken from biological family members. This testing is more like a “family reconstruction, ” and it holds an extensive analysis.

We understand the sensitivity of DNA Paternity testing. So, schedule an appointment with the reliable testing center in New York.

5 Reasons Why You Might Need DNA Testing

DNA testing can identify a person using his/her DNA sample and assessing different parts of their genes. However, there is more to the process than that. Let’s look at 5 reasons why you might need DNA testing:

   You Are At Risk of Any Disease

5 Reasons Why You Might Need DNA TestingWe live in a time where the risk of genetic disease is high. Thanks to the high-quality healthcare available today, major problems, like infertility and cancer, can be treated to a certain extent, thanks to genetic testing. The procedures identifies if you are at a risk of catching a disease that is common in your family and if it might have been passed down to you.

If the disease is identified at an early age, it can be treated and there is a greater chance that it can be treated successfully. Some couples who carry diseases seek out genetic counselors who can employ DNA testing to help them recognize the risks of them having an affected child and give them all the relevant information that will be helpful.  Researchers can then use the tests to look for patterns of that particular diseases and try to figure out ways to treat them.

   You Want to Meet Your Biological Parents

Children who have been adopted or conceived through IVF or sperm donation might wish to find and meet their biological parents. High-standard DNA paternity tests play an important role in helping them find their father.

   You Have Applied for Social Security/ Life Insurance

5 Reasons Why You Might Need DNA TestingWhen a father dies and legal fatherhood has not been established or is being questioned, life insurance and social security may ask for paternity proof. In these cases, a medical checker would be ordered by court to acquire a DNA sample, which would then be submitted to an AABB recognized laboratory, in order to carry out a legal paternity test where the claimant doesn’t need to rely on other evidence that a biological relationship indeed existed.

   You Want To Donate an Organ

DNA testing serves various purposes in medicine, one of which includes identifying good genetic matches for marrow or organ donation. It can also be used to ensure that a tissue sample had been labeled correctly with the right patient’s name.

   You Are a Crime Suspect

5 Reasons Why You Might Need DNA TestingAs you may have seen in TV shows, DNA is extremely important and a sure-fire way to catch a culprit in a crime situation. On the other side, it can also be used to exonerate innocent people of crimes, sometimes for crimes that were committed years ago.

If any of these motives sound familiar to you, contact us today to get yourself tested at the best DNA Testing Center in NYC. Rest assured, we will provide you top-notch service. All our services are provided in a legal, safe and healthy manner, and your privacy is not compromised at any stage. So, you can put any doubts you have about DNA testing to bed and undergo testing without delay.

please call us at 718-701-0292 to schedule an appointment with the top DNA testing center in NYC.

Paternity DNA Testing NYC

Genetic Test for Paternity

Paternity TestingA genetic test for paternity can prove with over 99.9% accuracy whether or not a man is the father of a child. It’s very important to ensure that you know who the father is for both personal and legal reasons. Not only will you want to know definitively who the father of the child is for personal reasons, but if paternity is in dispute, you’ll need a genetic test for paternity to use in court proceedings surrounding child support, child custody, death benefits and other legal reasons. A genetic test for paternity can provide results very quickly – in as few as three to five days.

The Process of Genetic Testing for Paternity

Every person has a unique genetic profile, and they get half of their DNA from their father and half of it from their mother. Genetic tests for paternity identify the DNA the child got from their father by looking for matches in the two DNA sequences. When properly performed, a genetic test for paternity will be considered 100% accurate by courts of law and medical professionals.BestPaternityTestingNYC1.jpg

In New York State, a genetic test for paternity must be performed according to a specific set of rules outlined by the New York State Department of Health. The test has to be requested by a doctor, lawyer or judge. A certified professional who has no interest in the outcome of the genetic test for paternity must collect the DNA. The laboratory that performs the genetic test for paternity must be accredited by the NYSDOH and the American Association of Blood Banks. And every step of the process must be properly documented.

Getting a Genetic Test for Paternity from AABB DNA Testing

AABB DNA Testing is the top resource for obtaining a genetic test for paternity in New York. We provide decisive results that are considered to authoritatively prove or disprove paternity. Our results are admissible in court. We have been providing genetic tests for paternity for ten years and have thousands of satisfied clients.

Contact AABB DNA Testing today to inquire about how you can get a genetic test for paternity.

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