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homeDNAdirect's genetic counseling service is ideal if you wish to discuss your results with a trained healthcare professional in the field of genetics.
Want to ensure your genetic information is kept safe and ready for future use? DNA Banking is essentially securely storing a sample of your DNA with the option of having your 21 genetic marker DNA profile extracted as an additional service. Samples and profiles can be accessed for 15 years.
Do you suspect cheating in your relationship? Have you found anything suspicious, such as a stain, cigarette end or undergarments? Get a DNA test to clear your doubts. Through our extensive DNA Forensic expertise, we are able to offer infidelity DNA testing services which can assist you find answers to questions. Our infidelity DNA test starts at just $683 and results are ready within 10 working days of receipt of samples in our laboratory
We test a range of DNA samples that you can view below. Please note that some samples are better than others and the success rate very much depends on the type of sample used, age of samples and how the sample was collected.
Semen detection testing is often carried out in cases of suspected infidelity. homeDNAdirect offers accurate and reliable semen detection services starting at $198. Our test will confirm with absolute certainty whether the sample sent contains semen or not. Results are ready in just 10 to 15 working days from the moment we receive your sample. We can test a range of samples including bed linen, underwear, items of clothing and many more*.
Our DNA profile will map 21 of your genetic markers using the most advanced DNA profiling techniques. homeDNAdirect offers the most precise means of personal identification possible. Your DNA profile is a unique genetic blue print that can be used as a means of personal identification. Whilst documents used for personal identification, such as passports, can be forged, your DNA profile cannot be copied or imitated.
The DVIstat™ tissue extraction device is a practical tool for securing tissue samples from cadavers in mass fatality incidents while simultaneously securing an active Radio-Frequency Identification Tag (RFID) to facilitate electronic control of all subsequent movements and location in a mass interment situation.