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We offer New York’s BEST AND MOST AFFORDABLE DNA TESTING with a full range of services to verify family relationships.
Our staff members have undergone AABB Relationship Testing Collection Training and Certification and are AABB registered 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.
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
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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.
AB DNA TESTING SERVICES
63-11 Queens Boulevard
Woodside NY 11377
AB DNA Testing Services 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 SERVICES 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.
We are AABB registered DNA sample collectors. 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!
DNA refers to the deoxyribonucleic acid molecule, which contains vital instructions and data for organisms to develop. Nearly all living organisms have some type of DNA that guides the growth of their body through development and reproduction. DNA contains essential living information and is present inside nearly every cell, which passes down from generation to generation.
From a medical point of view, DNA testing allows solving multiple problems relating to paternity, biological identifications, lineage, and ancestry. From a scientific point of view, the studies on DNA have developed comprehensible concepts that enhance the learning of human biology. So, let’s discuss in detail what DNA is.
It is a molecule (biomolecule), deoxyribonucleic, that contains genetic information specific to every organism. Whether it’s plants, bacteria, or humans, all comprise essential DNA information which is the foundation of our growth. Because DNA is hereditary, it passes down to generations, which enables the identification and detection of ancestry and lineage. In simple words, our genes contain the genetic material that defines who we are. All our physical traits, including height, shape, size, color, and more, is present in our genes as a form of hereditary information (codes).
A single gene refers to an individual length of DNA that is responsible for coding a particular protein. For example, one gene is responsible for the hormones that regulate blood sugar levels in your body. Thus, it codes the protein “insulin.” In particular, a human has around 30,000 genes in total. What’s more interesting is that our genes account for a mere 3% of our entire DNA, while the remaining DNA isn’t easily understandable yet. Experts believe that DNA has key functions, which include translation and transcription regulation.
DNA consists of nucleotides which are biomolecules. Each of these contains a sugar group, nitrogen base, and phosphate group. The four complex types of nitrogen bases that make up the DNA include thymine (T), guanine (G), cytosine (C), and adenine (A).
Normally, the nucleotides can join together to form two combined, long strands that create a spiral structure. Experts refer to it as a “double helix.” In the ladder-like double helix structure, experts suggest that we assume the sides to be sugar molecules and phosphate. Also, we regard the base pairs as rungs. In general, the bases of a single strand pair with the bases of another strand. Despite the size of a single DNA strand, an average human can contain over 3 million base pairs. In addition, nearly 99 percent of such DNA bases are identical in every human.
Every single cell in our body has the same type and form of DNA. However, each DNA still performs different functions for each cell and makes every organ behave distinctively. It is due to the gene expression, which refers to DNA as “traffic regulators” that actively instruct the cells to produce specific proteins.
Since we were talking about base pairs and genes, you should remember that four major bases of DNA organize themselves into genes, i.e., A, G, T, and C. The labels of the nitrogen base on your DNA are the language through which we comprehend and study genes. The genes’ codes base decides which proteins and amino acids to produce. Bear in mind that these are the vital functional and structural units of a cell. Overall, this process of forming and coding proteins is “transcription.”
It is a fact that both DNA strands house identical genetic information. However, DNA replication is highly necessary for our bodies to develop/function accordingly and pass the information down to the follow-up generation. Without this process through base pair sequences, it becomes impossible to produce the same type, form, and specification of DNA molecules that pass down as hereditary information.
Firstly, DNA testing is essential because there are instances in some people’s life where they want to inquire and learn more about their lineage (heritage). DNA testing can often reveal critical biological data such as gene information, which may hint towards a higher risk of contracting certain diseases. Additionally, DNA testing helps in diagnosing genetic disorders. This occurs when a person contains genetically mutated DNA. Learning whether you are a carrier of any genetic mutation can predict the chances of your children having the same conditions in the future as well. Moreover, genetic testing helps identify if a person is at risk of experiencing a genetic disorder.
For instance, one sort of gene mutation related to the BRCA2 and BRCA1 genes significantly raises the chances of experiencing ovarian or breast cancers. Therefore, DNA testing can reveal valuable data and point out if a person is susceptible to likely diseases for all the gene mutations they carry.
If you are searching for the best DNA testing and care support, you should contact AB DNA Testing Services today. We have experts with years of experience in performing different types of DNA testing.
Give us a call at 718-701-0292 to schedule a meeting with one of the experts from AB DNA Testing. We can answer all your questions regarding paternity, maternity, deceased paternity, forensic, and other types of DNA testing.
AB DNA TESTING SERVICES INC.
63-11 Queens Boulevard
Woodside NY 11377
Do you ever wonder how scientists manage to make use of such a small molecule like DNA to find out about your ancestry, lineage, biological identification, and paternity? It all started with the discovery of DNA in the 50s. After the discovery of DNA, its further exploration lead to the beginning of the DNA test.
DNA testing has helped solve a lot of problems for the world that had no solution in the past. But when you look at how amazing the structure of DNA is and understand its function, DNA testing will appear as a simple and ordinary process.
DNA is deoxyribonucleic acid, a biomolecule that stores all the genetic information of an organism be it plant, animal or bacteria. It is a hereditary material which passes on to generation to generation. This is why a DNA test can find out your ancestry and blood relations. DNA contains genes that are a basic unit of hereditary. Your genes contain all the genetic material that includes your physical traits and other characteristics. Instruction for growth, development, functioning, and reproduction, everything is present in your DNA, in the form of codes in your genes.
To understand how DNA functions, it is important to dig into its structure. DNA is a molecule that has two double strands winding around each other to form a helix shape. The two-strands are not just winding around each other, but special supercoiling takes place between the strands, making the structure firm yet flexible.
The simpler unit of a DNA is a nucleotide. A nucleotide consists of three things: a nitrogen-containing nucleobase, a deoxyribose sugar molecule, and a phosphate group. There are four types of nitrogen bases: A, T, G, and C. Each nucleotide contains one type of nitrogen base. The nucleotides in the DNA strands join to one another through the covalent bonds. The bond is present between the sugar and a phosphate group of two adjacent nucleotides. This creates a sugar-phosphate backbone when you look at the entire structure of DNA.
The bonding between two strands is necessary to create a double-stranded helix structure. The pairing of nitrogen bases follows a simple and strict rule: A-T and G-C. The DNA strands have a sequence of complementary base pairs.
Both the strands of DNA store the same genetic information. For your body to work according to the genetic information, and the information to pass on to the next generation, DNA replication is necessary. The new base pair sequence adds to each strand after the two strands of DNA separate. This gives out two newly replicated DNA molecules.
We have talked about genes and base pairs. What you need to know is that the bases A, T, G and C organize into genes. Nitrogen base labels are the language in which we read the genes. The base in genes codes for which amino acids and proteins, which are the structural and functional unit of a cell. The process for coding and formation of protein is transcription.
Each cell in our body carries the same DNA. Yet the cells and tissues of each organ behave differently. This is because of the gene expression of DNA. DNA acts like traffic police allowing certain genes to become active and produce proteins that important for that particular cell.
To get the best experience and accurate results of DNA testing, contact us at 718-701-0292. AB DNA Testing offers the best DNA testing services with prices less than DNA home testing kits. We collect buccal samples for the DNA test to give you a pain-free experience. AB DNA Testing is court-admissible because of our reliable testing procedures.