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Forensics DNA collection and analysis gives the criminal justice field a powerful tool for convicting the guilty and exonerating the innocent. DNA profiling (also called DNA testing, DNA typing, or genetic fingerprinting) is a technique employed by forensic scientists to assist in the identification of individuals on the basis of their respective DNA profiles. DNA profiles are encrypted sets of numbers that reflect a person's DNA makeup, which can also be used as the person's identifier. DNA profiling should not be confused with full genome sequencing. It is used in, for example, parental testing and rape investigation.

Crime DNA analysis is a powerful tool because each person's DNA is unique (with the exception of identical twins). Therefore, DNA evidence collected from a crime scene can implicate or eliminate a suspect, similar to the use of fingerprints. It also can analyze unidentified remains through DNA comparisons from relatives.

Infidelity If you suspect your partner is being unfaithful, you can send in artifacts to test for the presence of another person's genetic material.

Identification Genetic material that is found in DNA is a unique identifier, used for identifying a particular individual as the source of the human genetic material in a sample such as semen, blood, or hair.

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Infidelity Buccal swab samples are obtained by using cotton or synthetic swabs to collect cells by gently stroking the lining of the inner cheek. These cells contain the DNA required to perform parentage testing.

DNA testing with buccal swabs is painless, non-invasive, and just as reliable as DNA testing with blood.

Infidelity DNA Testing can detect the presence of DNA (e.g., from semen or vaginal fluids) on a forensic sample and then (if desired) compare this DNA to the DNA on a comparison sample.

Examples of forensic samples include, but are not limited to:
  • Dried stains on underwear, sheets, pads, tampons
  • Dried semen stains on tissue, underwear, clothing

All of this performed in our local offices, or our DNA Mobile Paternity Services which will treat you with the highest standards of care and consideration.

Laboratory Testing by AABB accredited labs:
  • DNA testing is performed by a polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
  • Testing is performed on a minimum of eighteen genetic markers (the same markers used by the FBI).
  • Exclusions will be confirmed in at least two systems (power of exclusion of 99.9%).
  • Inclusionary results will give a probability of parentage of at least 99%.

Identification Your DNA sequence is unique amongst all DNA sequences of any human that has ever lived and will live for quite some time to come. Unless you have an identical twin, in which case you do have someone who has the same DNA sequence. But apart from that, your DNA sequence is yours and yours alone. Should you choose to leave your DNA sequence behind here in some form in some biological tissue, in principle, I ought to be able to look at it and by its uniqueness know whose it is.

Thus is born the notion of DNA identification. And it was quickly realized that this DNA identification would be especially useful in legal cases, in the criminal courts. Of course, law enforcement officials over the course of many years have looked for things that uniquely identify individuals, so as to find evidence that links a criminal to the scene of a crime. In fact, 1992 was the 100th anniversary of the use of fingerprints as an identifier.

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