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We’re pleased to announce that Detect Lab Corp is now offering a non-invasive option for those who would like to determine paternity before the baby is born. Unlike traditional prenatal paternity testing, which uses a fetal sample obtained by an OB-GYN through amniocentesis or CVS sampling, the non-invasive test only uses the mother’s blood to detect free-floating DNA from the baby. This DNA is then compared with the DNA from an alleged father’s blood.

This new test combining risk-free blood collection and state-of-the-art SNP microarray technology is available only from Detect Lab. For more information about prenatal paternity testing options, please call 1-800-371-2838 for a free consultation.

Since this is probably your first DNA test, considering you are pregnant, and every situation is unique, we highly recommend you call our paternity experts to ensure you get the test that's right for you. Other laboratories outsource their customer service, but at Detect Lab Corp we take pride in hiring and training our own people so that your experience is confidential, friendly, and easy.

In a Non-invasive Prenatal DNA Paternity Test, fetal DNA circulating in the mother’s blood is detected and analyzed using microarray SNP technology, comparing the markers between the child and alleged father to determine paternity.

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The alleged father is considered the biological father when the test detects at least 99.9% of the required markers in the alleged father’s DNA. The test uses state-of-the art DNA technology called SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism), which can detect the relatively low levels of fetal DNA found in maternal blood. The amount of baby’s DNA present in maternal blood increases with gestational age, and Detect Lab recommends that this test be performed when the mother is at least 10 weeks pregnant - the further along in the pregnancy, the greater the chances for an informative and conclusive result. Using most advanced DNA techniques, we can now perform DNA paternity test during the pregnancy as early as in 9th week of pregnancy only from the blood sample.

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Who needs to be tested?

Blood samples are required from the father (5 ml) and mother (10 ml)
 
Turnaround Time


5-10 business days from receipt of all samples
 
Chain of Custody Requirements

Chain of custody requirements must be fulfilled for test results to be defensible in any legal situation, such as inheritance disputes.

These requirements include the following:
 

  • Samples are collected by a neutral third party, such as a clinic or laboratory.
  • The individuals tested are positively identified (i.e., they present a government-issued ID or a recent photograph).
  • A Prenatal Blood Collection Kit (provided when an appointment is scheduled). This kit contains blood tubes with special preservatives that hinder degradation of the fetal DNA in the mother's blood. It also contains the consent forms that the mother and alleged father are required to sign.

 
Simple facts:

  • This test uses fetal DNA released from placental cells into the mother’s blood. Placental cells undergo a natural life cycle during the course of the baby’s development. As new cells grow, older cells slough off and disintegrate, releasing fetal DNA into the mother’s blood.
  • It is recommended to wait until 10 weeks gestational age before attempting to do this test. We do not require proof of gestational age, but the chances of detecting fetal DNA in the mother’s blood increases with the age of the fetus.
  • Because we are using free-floating fetal DNA instead of circulating fetal cells, previous pregnancies will not affect this test. Fetal DNA does not last long in the mother’s blood after the baby is born.
  • Likewise, a previous blood transfusion will not affect the test, as long as it was performed more than one week before the blood draw.
  • The risk associated with non-invasive prenatal paternity testing is no greater than any other blood draw that is performed on a pregnant woman during the course of her pregnancy.
  • This test does not provide any other genetic information about the fetus (eg. sex or inherited traits/disease markers).


We are the first and only facility offering non-invasive prenatal paternity test in WORLDWIDE. Our tests are performed in AABB/ISO17025 accredited laboratory by scientific staff with many years of DNA analysis experience. For further information, consultation and pricing call 800.371.2838.

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If you don't want to wait nine months, paternity can now be safely established before a baby is born with DetectLab's new non-invasive prenatal paternity test. Detect Lab’s test uses a proprietary bioinformatics technology, proven to provide highly accurate DNA testing results from a tiny quantity of DNA -  as little as found in a single cell. Detect Lab now delivers the only test available to reliably determine paternity from a maternal blood sample as early as the first trimester. Testing can be done as early as 9 weeks gestation and requires only a blood draw from the pregnant mother and alleged father(s). If you are currently more than 9 weeks pregnant and would like to confirm the father of the pregnancy, this test may help you. Detect Lab’s non-invasive prenatal paternity test is the only non-invasive test that can confirm paternity from a mother’s blood sample in the first trimester.

How accurate is the test?

99.9% accurate. The 99.9% refers to the probability that the alleged father contains the genetic markers required of the biological father when compared with over 6,000 random individuals. This conclusion is based on the testing results obtained from analyzing 317,000 individual DNA markers.

Where is the actual analysis performed?

All samples are analyzed at one of the AABB Accredited laboratories in US.

What samples are required to perform testing?

A blood draw from the mother and from all alleged fathers.

Is this test covered by insurance?

We wish, but... No. No medical necessity here.

Detect Lab’s focus is on noninvasive prenatal diagnostics from fetal DNA in mother’s blood. This has led to the development of a noninvasive prenatal paternity test.

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Questions regarding paternity during pregnancy are more common than you think. Seeking answers and resolving your concerns has physical, emotional and financial benefits for both you and your unborn child. Detect Lab recommends and offers paternity testing from a laboratory accredited by the AABB. The AABB Relationship Testing Accreditation Program is based on standards for the performance of tests and require laboratories to achieve quality performance.

Why Is Establishing Paternity Important?

Establishing paternity is important to ensure a child’s well being. It can also help protect his or her future.

Determining a biological relationship is important for several reasons:

  • To establish  legal and social benefits, including social security, veteran’s, and inheritance benefits.
  • Provides an accurate medical history for the child, giving the healthcare provider additional insight during diagnosis and in managing the child’s health.
  • Strengthens the bond between biological individuals, such as father and child.
  • If you are pregnant, most states have laws that require an Acknowledgment of Paternity form to be completed at the hospital to legally establish who the father is. After the AOP is signed, couples have a limited amount of time, depending on the state, to request DNA paternity test and amend the AOP. This form is filed with the Bureau of Vital Statistics and is a legally binding document. If the time allowed for amending this form expires, the father listed as the AOP and birth certificate could be held legally responsible for the child, even if he later proves he is not the biological father.



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Some states require an unmarried couple to have a paternity test to list a father’s name on the birth certificate. If the mother is married to someone other than the father of the child, the husband can be presumed to be the father and listed on the birth certificate as the legal father, unless otherwise disputed by a paternity test. If you need a paternity test to ensure the right man is named as the father, call Detect Lab at 1-800-371-2838.

Types Of Paternity Testing:

Postnatal testing, after a child’s birth, is done through an umbilical cord collection at the time of delivery or a sample collected at a lab after the baby is released from the hospital. Either a buccal (cheek swab) or a blood collection can be performed. If you need to establish paternity or have questions, please contact the Detect Lab at 1-800-371-2838.

For prenatal testing, or testing done during pregnancy, we have the best option:


Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity
(NIPP): A non-invasive prenatal paternity test is the most accurate non-invasive way to establish paternity before the baby is born. The process is state-of-the-art, combining the latest technology and proprietary methods of preserving and analyzing the baby’s DNA found naturally in the mother’s bloodstream. This test requires only a simple blood collection from the mother and alleged father and can be performed any time after the 8th week of pregnancy. The test is 99.9% accurate.

How soon can we start the testing process?


DNA testing can be done as early as the end of the first trimester of pregnancy, starting in 9 with the SNP microarray procedure.

Are test results kept completely confidential?

It is a rule of Detect Lab to keep your results completely confidential.

What risk does DNA testing pose to the mother and the developing baby?

Non-invasive SNP microarray procedure poses no to little risk to mom or the baby.

Can an exact date of conception be determined accurately without a paternity test?


Many women have questions about the date of possible conception, and unfortunately figuring this out is not always so easy. The assumption is that if a woman has pretty regular menstrual cycles, then she will be ovulating during a certain time of the month. Ovulation is the time when conception can take place because that is when an egg is made available. The problem is that most women do not ovulate on an exact date each month, and many women have a different ovulation day from month to month.



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If you also take into account that sperm can live in the body 3-5 days after intercourse has taken place, this can make figuring out conception very difficult. Most doctors use the first day of the last period (LMP) and ultrasound measurements to gage the gestational age of a baby and determine when the baby was conceived. But these are just tools used to estimate the dates - it is very hard to tell what the exact date of conception really is. Most people do not realize that ultrasounds can be off up to 5-7 days in early pregnancy and up to a couple weeks off if the first ultrasounds are done farther into the second trimester or beyond.


Due dates are not an accurate tool for determining conception since they also are only an estimation date (only 5% of women give birth on their due dates). If you are seeking the estimated date of conception for paternity reasons, and intercourse with two different partners took place within 10 days of each other, we strongly encourage that paternity testing be done; this testing can be done during pregnancy or after the baby is born. This is the only way to accurately know who the father is.

How much does it cost to establish paternity?


$1999. Prenatal testing is often more costly than testing done after a baby is born because of the additional doctor and hospital-related fees. Some testing sites offer lower cost testing that is non-court-approved, or “curiosity testing. You can reach the Detect Lab at 1-800-371-2838 to discuss any of the options and find more specific costs.

Can I use the DNA test results in court?

Many centers now offer court-approved tests, but also lower cost “curiosity testing.” If you aren’t sure if you will need the results for a court case, it is probably worth the extra cost to go ahead and have a court-approved test done.

Who do I call for Paternity Testing?

There are a number of DNA and paternity testing facilities around the country. You want to make sure you use a facility accredited by the AABB. You may be interested in comparing different testing facilities. Detect Lab performs its tests only at the official paternity testing organization of the American Pregnancy Association. They are actively involved with the AABB and receive APA’s endorsement for their quality services. You can call for more information 1-800-371-2838.

Your Prenatal DNA Paternity Test with Detect Lab Corp is completely confidential. All adults tested are entitled to receive the results of the test. The only other people who can get results of the test are those assigned by the tested adults. For example, the alleged father may want results sent to their attorneys/court, child support or immigration office.


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No one else ever will find out whether an individual was tested for Prenatal DNA Paternity, unless we have permission from a tested individual to give out that information.


The parties are not able to receive personal information about each other. For example, Detect Lab Corp will not give the child information such as the alleged father's social security number or address.


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