Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu India (PressExposure) February 14, 2011 -- DNA Profiles
A DNA profile provides the unique identification of a person. Comparison of DNA Profiles can also be used as a basis for the identification of the person's biological relations.
easyDNA offers you the possibility of generating your own unique DNA Profile based on the analysis of 16 different genetic markers. Since this profile is unique to the individual it can be used for a number of purposes including :
To safeguard the rightful heirs and ensure that they will inherit your estate through the exclusion of false claims on your inheritance.
To assist in requirements for determining current or future familial relationships.
To avoid expensive exhumations if your DNA profile may be required in the future.
As a precaution for any possible future identification/verification requirements e.g. in cases of kidnapping, accidental death etc.
To assure the availability of permanently stored identification records.
To confirm the validity of the samples sent for a previous DNA relationship testing.
This DNA profiling service can be used by a wide range of individuals or organizations including:
Large estate owners.
Legal professionals including Notaries Public, Commissioners of Oaths and Family Lawyers.
Corporate Executives and Directors.
Security service companies.
Persons who work in high risk jobs.
Our DNA profiles are analysed by our ISO17025 accredited partner laboratory using state-of-the-art genetic identification system and based on the analysis of 16 different genetic markers. The results are highly accurate and reliable, and are identical to those used in DNA Forensic applications for human identification purposes. Results are available within 5-7 working days after arrival of the samples at our laboratory. Alternatively we have an Express Service Option for faster results.
We will send you a report detailing your unique 16 marker profile. A list of the genetic markers used in our testing can be viewed in our Sample DNA Test Results presented in this section.