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Who must participate in a paternity test?

Presence of Biological Parents
For a DNA paternity test, the alleged father and child must both participate. It is not absolutely necessary to have the sample of the child's biological mother to achieve test accuracy of >99.9%. While outcomes will virtually be the same regardless of the mother's participation, a full paternity test may achieve an accuracy rate of >99.999% for an inclusion, whereas a motherless paternity test may only yield accuracy of >99.9%.

Absence of Biological Parents
When a biological parent of a child is not available for the testing, a genetic profile may be reconstructed by testing other family members or relatives. Contact us or read about Genetic Reconstruction

Forensic Investigation
In special circumstances, where there may *be *no targeted individual for DNA testing, a suspect's identity can be confirmed by matching DNA information obtained from a forensic specimen. More information about forensic paternity.

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