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  December 17, 2017
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International Biosciences

Phoenix House, 32 West Street, Brighton,
East Sussex, BN1 2RT
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1273 227544

Description:

International Biosciences (IBDNA) is an independent DNA testing company committed to providing its customers with a level of professionalism and customer service seldom seen in the DNA testing, paternity testing or medical services arenas. IBDNA offers paternity testing, immigration testing, twin zygosity DNA testing, genetic health testing to determine genetic susceptibility to diseases and more.

From its offices in Brighton, IBDNA has established relationships with various DNA laboratories around the world who are each specialists in their own field. Laboratories carrying out DNA analysis have the following accreditations:


•             AABB  (American Association of Blood Banks Relationship Testing Accreditation Program)

•             ISO/IEC 17025:2005

•             Accredited by A2LA, a signatory to the ILAC arrangement.


Rigorous quality checks ensure that all DNA tests are run twice to ensure the most accurate and reliable results. Results are offered in the shortest turnaround times and at the most competitive pricing.

 



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Last update of this entry: October 19, 2017

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