Infidelity DNA Testing
Infidelity DNA testing is a new service offered by easyDNA Ireland designed to confirm or dispel suspicions about whether your partner is being unfaithful. Through our DNA testing for infidelity services, we are able to analyse samples to verify the presence of DNA and to assist in the identification of the likely donors.
What types of samples can be analysed?
At easyDNA Ireland, we can test a range of discreet samples at very competitive prices. To understand more about discreet samples and the success rate of DNA extraction browse our page on forensic DNA testing services.
The samples people submit for DNA infidelity testing vary; however, the most common samples include hair, underwear, bed sheets, tissues and condoms. Testing, however, can be applied to any sample suspected to have biological material on it.
The quality of the sample is very important to the success rate of extracting DNA, and the less contaminated the sample is, the more likely it will that a DNA profile can be obtained. Although we have high rates of success in DNA extraction, we cannot ever guarantee a 100% success rate. The sample might also not contain any DNA.
What can I discover through an infidelity DNA test?
- Human or non-human material: The test can determine if any suspicious stains on items such as underwear are human stains or not. Human DNA will be confirmed by the presence of a full, partial or mixed DNA profiles.
- Multiple gender testing: This will confirm if the suspicious biological stains are from a male or female donor (or both in the case of mixed profiles). Through the identification of the XX and XY chromosome, DNA testing can confirm the sex of the donor.
- Identification of donor: If a DNA profile is obtained, this can be used to include or exclude an individual from being the donor of that sample. A reference sample of the possible donor is required for comparison purposes.
Let's discuss your test
For more information about our infidelity DNA testing services in Ireland, home paternity tests, or simply to discuss your case in more detail, contact us or alternatively you can have us phone you.
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