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DNA profiling, sometimes referred to as DNA fingerprinting, is a type of analysis which is very much analogous to the tests used by forensic teams to help identify victims or track down criminals. Using a highly advanced method of DNA replication and amplification known as polymerase chain reaction, we can map your DNA profile. The price for your DNA Profile is £99.
All you need to do is provide us with an oral swab samples in order for us to map your DNA profile. Your results will be sent by email in 3-5 working days starting from the moment we get your samples at our laboratory.
If you need to shorten the turnaround time further, why not take advantage of our express next day delivery testing option?
Our DNA profiling service will provide you with your 21 genetic marker blue print extracted in an ISO 17025 accredited laboratory. The testing of 21 loci is important as it is the accepted international standard in DNA testing. Using our avant-garde DNA testing technologies, we will provide you with an accurate and reliable DNA test result.
We offer peace of mind testing but also legal testing. Opt for a legal DNA profile if you need your results to be court admissible. The cost of a legal profile is of £199. What is different about a legal DNA profile? Mainly it is the method of sample collection that differs. While sample collection for a standard DNA profile can be carried out at home, a legal report will require a visit to a GP or private clinic for samples to be collected and verified by a professional third party.
What uses does a DNA profile have?
Because a DNA profile offers proof of genetic identification that is incontrovertible and indisputable it can be used in a number of cases. It is in fact perfectly suited to cases where one person needs to prove their relationship to another alleged relative, for example of cases of a contested inheritance. Genetic profiling has also helped solve cases of lost or kidnapped children and aided in instances where family members were involved in violent crime. Imagine a relative is a victim of violent crime or perhaps there is need to confirm the identification of somebody? Having their DNA profile can help hasten and immediately confirm the identity of the person involved.
Your DNA profile could also be useful where people are involved in high risk jobs.
Fancy getting to know more about DNA profiles and the origins of forensic science? Why not read out article about the History of Forensic DNA analysis?