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Who'zTheDaddy?™ Phoenix House 32, West Street,
Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2RT
Phone: +44 (0) 1273 321314
Who’zTheDaddy is a paternity testing and DNA testing specialist. Laboratories analyzing all DNA samples are accredited by the AABB and accredited in accordance with the recognized International Standard ISO/IEC 17025:2005 by a signatory to the ILAC arrangement
Our vast portfolio of DNA testing services includes:
Paternity Testing - a DNA test that will accurately determine whether a tested male is the biological father of a tested child
Maternity Test - a maternity test is the ultimate proof of relationship between mother and child. This test is often used in cases of immigration.
Twin Zygosity Test – Twins can be accurately classified as dizygotic or monozygotic twins with a DNA test
Other services include sibling testing, Y chromosome testing, X chromosome testing, Mitchondrial DNA testing and many more.
Legal testing for court cases
Who'zTheDaddy offers legal / court admissible DNA testing. Legal tests are used in instances where clients need results which are suitable for court cases. For legal tests the DNA sample collection must follow a chain of custody where all DNA samples are collected and verified by a thirdy party sampler.
Some of the court approved tests include:
Court Approved Paternity Test
Court Approved X-SV Female Lineage test
Court Approved DNA Test For Immigration
Court Approved Maternity Test
Court Approved Missing Parent Test
Last update of this entry: October 28, 2016
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