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The Genetic Testing Laboratory Australia

Level 20, Tower A, Zenith Centre, 821 Pacific Hig
NSW 2067
Australia

Phone: +61 (02) 8448 8123
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Description:

 
 
 
The Genetic Testing Laboratory (GTL Australia) offer DNA testing and genetic testing, specializing in  PCR technologies, DNA sequencing, STR Fingerprinting and genetic profiling.

GTL laboratories: accreditations
 
NATA:  The National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA)

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

ISO/IEC 17025:2005 

GTL is accredited by A2LA, a signatory to the ILAC arrangement

GTL Australia offers a range of DNA testing services including:

·         Post-natal Paternity testing

·         Non invasive prenatal paternity testing using fetal nucleic acid in maternal blood samples.

Legal DNA testing for court cases and immigration.

Other DNA tests include relationship testing (sibling testing, X chromosome testing, Y Chromosome Testing and more).

GTL also offers Forensic profiling, ancestry testing (maternal lineage, paternity lineage and ancestral origins) as well as missing parent DNA testing.

 


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Last update of this entry: January 13, 2016

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