Test Me DNA offers a wide variety of testing types. We get that there is a lot of information to take in for each test we offer. If you need any assistance choosing the DNA test that best fits your needs, call one of our DNA specialists.
Paternity DNA Testing
Paternity Testing determines if a potential father is the biological father to a child. Using scientific technology, the two individual genetic profiles are compared to prove or disprove the biological relationship.
Home DNA Testing kits allow two or more individuals to collect their own DNA sample and send it to the laboratory for testing. The home kits can be used for paternity or other types of family relationships.
A DNA sibling test compares 2 or more individuals to determine if they are biologically siblings. This test can be used to determine a full sibling or a half sibling relationship. Sibling testing is most often used to determine if the individuals share the same possible father.
Grandparent DNA Testing is used to establish a biological relationship between potential grandparents and a possible grandchild. DNA testing with a grandchild and grandparent is useful when trying to determine paternity and the alleged father is not available.
Aunt/Uncle (avuncular) DNA testing is a comparison of DNA between an aunt or uncle and a niece or nephew. A full brother or sister to the alleged father may test with a child to establish if there is a biological relationship. An avuncular DNA test is commonly used if the alleged father is unavailable.
Tribal enrollment testing needs to include at least 1 enrolled tribal member and another individual to establish a biological relationship. Most tribes require a legal DNA test prior to enrolling in the tribe.
Deceased DNA testing allows for our laboratory to test DNA samples that come directly from a coroner’s office or other professional agency. This is often used for children trying to apply for social security benefits.