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Genetic Reconstruction DNA Test

Genetic reconstruction is a complex sequence of DNA tests that can often be analysed when an alleged father is unavailable for paternity testing and other family relationship tests, such as grandparent DNA testing, have been eliminated as potential testing options to ultimately determine who the biological father of a child is.

Analysing & comparing a child’s DNA profile to some of the known family members of the alleged father, the genetic reconstruction DNA testing service can determine if the child is biologically related to the fathers family relatives. The tested individuals can understand the testing results as an indication of whether the child is biologically connected to the alleged father who’s unavailable for testing.

Further information on DDC’s genetic reconstruction service are listed below:

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Further information and advice on genetic reconstructions, please call us at 01 506 0395.

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