Acouns Laboratory

DNA Paternity Test

Acouns is your best DNA Centre for Paternity test in Lagos State, Nigeria.

Affordable DNA Paternity Test 

 

As a parent, ensuring the well-being and security of your child is of utmost importance. One way to confirm paternity and provide peace of mind is through a DNA paternity test.With advanced technology and experienced professionals, you can trust that the results will be accurate and confidential. Whether you are seeking paternity testing for legal reasons or personal peace of mind, you can rely on our services. By choosing Acouns Laboratory and Diagnostic Centre, you can ensure that your results are handled with the utmost care and professionalism.

 

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us for accurate and confidential parental DNA testing services. 

 

How is a paternity DNA test performed?

A paternity DNA test is typically performed using a buccal swab, which involves swabbing the inside of the cheek to collect DNA samples from the alleged father, child, and mother (if available). The samples are then sent to a laboratory for analysis, where the DNA is extracted and compared to determine the likelihood of paternity. The process is quick, painless, and highly accurate, with results usually available within a few days. It is important to note that the testing process must be conducted by a reputable and accredited laboratory to ensure accurate results. 

What are the types of DNA tests?

There are several types of DNA tests available for paternity testing in Nigeria. The most common type is the buccal swab test, where a sample of cells is collected from the inside of the cheek using a cotton swab. This method is non-invasive and painless, making it ideal for children and adults alike.

Another type of DNA test is the prenatal paternity test, which can be performed during pregnancy to determine paternity. This test involves collecting a sample of the mother’s blood and the alleged father’s saliva for analysis.

In cases where the alleged father is unavailable or deceased, a grandparentage test can be conducted. This test compares the DNA of the child with that of the grandparents to establish paternity.

For more comprehensive testing, a Y-chromosome test can be performed to determine paternal lineage. This test is useful for tracing ancestry and identifying male relatives.

Overall, the type of DNA test chosen will depend on the specific circumstances and requirements of the paternity testing process.