Non-Invasive testing is a safe, reliable, and commonly used method for prenatal paternity testing to ensure paternity with a procedure that is completely risk-free to the fetus. DNA LAB provides definitive prenatal paternity determination using a small amount of maternal blood sample and buccal swabs for the potential father(s).
DNA LAB’s prenatal DNA testing uses cell-free fetal DNA from the plasma of the mother. Circulating cell-free fetal DNA which comprises 3-13% of the cell-free DNA in maternal blood Maternal Venous Blood – safe and non-invasive
DNA LAB’s prenatal paternity testing is conducted on a comparative DNA analysis of the potential father(s), attained by buccal swabs with the DNA of the fetus as demonstrated in fetal DNA material found in the maternal venous blood. The placenta is a wall of tissue that forms inside the uterus during pregnancy and is comprised of fetal cells. The placenta enables the fetus to receive, during gestation, all the nutrients, and oxygen needed for normal development. The fetal side of the placental barrier has an intricate network of thousands of minute blood vessels, which are in fact the fetal blood supply, which receives food and oxygen by diffusion from the maternal side of the placenta.
Research studies demonstrate that the placenta is not just a passive membrane, but serves a vital function in fetal brain development. The placenta synthesizes serotonin and releases it into the fetal blood supply where it travels to the fetal brain. This supply of serotonin is essential for fetal brain development and failure to provide this supply can result in later mental and physical problems in the child. Because the placenta is so important in brain development DNA LAB strongly recommends the use of its safe and non-invasive maternal venous blood sample, drawn from the mother’s arm and not the use of invasive technologies which may traumatize the placenta.
At no time do the maternal and fetal blood supply mix, and waste from the fetus diffuses through the placenta into the maternal blood supply. Included in this diffusion is fetal DNA, which is a normal component of maternal blood during gestation. Fetal DNA is found in cells that migrate, but the most important source is cell-free molecules of fetal DNA. These are formed during the development of the fetus and placenta because there is a certain amount of cell lysis and apoptosis. It is this naked fetal DNA, once isolated is used for Prenatal paternity testing
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Anytime after 7 weeks of gestational or 9 weeks pregnancy, your samples can be taken at any location within your city, state, or country. DNA LAB will ensure your samples are collected with ease and will assist with any additional support needed. CALL 555555555 AND SPEAK TO A SPECIALIST ABOUT YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES.
DNA LAB will supply a specialized collection kit to be used for sample collection and returned once maternal and potential paternal samples have been collected.
The plasma portion is rich in fetal DNA, which is stabilized and preserved in our special collection system. This fetal DNA is matched against the paternal DNA and yields a conclusive result. The complete cost of the test is $1199.
Due to our extensive volume DNA LAB is able to offer a discount as well as payment plan options suitable for all.