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DNA Maternity Test

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Genetic Testing Laboratories offers maternity DNA testing. Our test for mother and child is offered at the cost of $339. Maternity testing results are emailed in 5-7 working days. Our maternity testing results offer probabilities in excess of 99.99% in cases where the alleged mother is the biological mother of the child or children.

DNA Siblingship Test

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Genetic Testing Laboratories offers sibling DNA testing. This test can be used when siblings question whether they have the same mother or same father and whether they are full or half siblings or perhaps.

Genetic Reconstruction Test

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Do you need to establish the paternity of a child but are unable to carry out a paternity test? In such cases, a genetic reconstruction test is a great way of establishing paternity without the need to directly include the father’s DNA sample.

Grandparent DNA Test

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GTL offers grandparent DNA testing. A grandparentage test uses the samples of both grandparents to determine whether they are really the biological grandmother and grandfather of their grandchild or grandchildren.

Mitochondrial DNA Test

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The mitochondrial DNA test (also known as the X-SV maternal lineage test) is used to determine whether two or more people are related through their maternal lineage. The test can also indicate whether two individuals share the same mother *.

Twin Zygosity DNA Test

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Genetic Testing Laboratories offers twin zygosity DNA testing, a test that is done in order to establish whether twins are monozygotic/monochorionic or dizygotic (fraternal or identical). This twin DNA test is offered in Australia for the cost of $339. Twin test results are 99.9% accurate and ready in 5-7 working days from the time of receipt of samples at our laboratory and are sent to you by email.

Aunt, Uncle DNA Test

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GTL offers Aunt, Uncle DNA testing which determines the statistical probability that a person is the aunt or uncle of their niece or nephew. The price of the test, which starts at $589, includes one aunt or uncle and 1 niece or nephew. This type of DNA test is also known as avuncular DNA testing.

Y Chromosome Test

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The Genetic Testing Laboratories Australia offer Y chromosome testing. This test is an ideal way of confirming whether two or more males have a common paternal ancestor or a shared paternal line. A Y test is often used between male siblings who wish to find out if they have the same biological dad but are unable to get hold of the father’s sample.GTL Australia offers Y chromosome testing for 2 males at the cost of $ 589.If the father’s sample is available then we suggest you carry out a paternity test

X Chromosome Test

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An X chromosome test is usually used to determine whether two or more females share the same biological father. Results for the chromosome test are emailed to clients within 15 working days from receipt of samples at the laboratory.

FAQs

How are samples collected for a relationship test?

Relationship tests are carried out using a home sample collection kit. Once you have placed your order, we will send out your kit to whichever address you specify. If individuals are based in different locations, we can send out multiple kits to different addresses and if needed, we can also organize a couriered delivery (additional charges will apply in these cases).

Our kits will contain the mouth swabs needed for the sample collection. We include 4 swabs for every person. All 4 swabs need to be used. The swabbing procedure entails simply rubbing the swab inside the mouth and under the tongue in order to collect dead cheek cells. To ensure the DNA you collected on the swabs is preserved, you will need to leave them to air dry for around 1 hour.

When are relationship tests most often used?

Relationship tests are often used instead of paternity testing. Let us say you wish to establish the paternity of a child but the alleged father cannot be tested for some reason or other. This is where relationship tests come in. By testing the DNA of the alleged father’s relatives, for example his brother, sister or parents, and comparing the DNA of one or more of his blood relatives to the DNA of the child (whose paternity is in question), we can establish whether the untested, alleged father is really the biological father of the child.

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