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Our at-home DNA relationship testing simplifies the process of discovering familial connections. In just four straightforward steps, you can unlock the answers to your genetic relationships. Whether it's paternity, maternity, sibling, grandparent, aunt, or uncle testing, we ensure you receive your results within two working days after we receive your samples at our accredited lab.

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At-Home DNA Relationship Testing

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At-Home DNA Paternity Test

At-Home DNA Paternity Test

For testing the DNA relationship between father and child.

From £119.50 £101.58

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At-Home DNA Sibling Test

At-Home DNA Sibling Test

For testing the DNA relationship between full and half siblings.

From £149 £126.65

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At-Home DNA Grandparent Test

At-Home DNA Grandparent Test

For testing the DNA relationship between grandparents and grandchild.

From £149 £126.65

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At-Home DNA Maternity Test

At-Home DNA Maternity Test

For testing the DNA relationship between mother and child.

From £119.50 £101.58

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At-Home DNA Aunt Test

At-Home DNA Aunt Test

For testing the DNA relationship between aunt and niece/nephew.

From £149 £126.65

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At-Home DNA Uncle Test

At-Home DNA Uncle Test

For testing the DNA relationship between aunt and niece/nephew.

From £149 £126.65

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Rest Assured With Assure DNA

Easy to use, pain-free and safe: Our home paternity testing kit is designed to be used in the comfort of your own home. All participants sample themselves and return the swabs to the laboratory for testing.

  1. UKAS Accreditation For DNA Relationship Testing

  2. Accurate And Confidential Results

  3. Dedicated Client Services Team

  4. Pioneers In The Industry With 20+ Years Experience

What is a DNA Paternity Test?

A DNA paternity test is a scientific method used to determine whether a man is the biological father of a child. This test compares parts of a child’s DNA with that of the alleged father to see if there is a match. Because a child inherits half of their DNA from each parent, the father’s DNA contains the key to this biological puzzle.

How Does a DNA Paternity Test Work?

Step 1: Sample Collection

Our DNA paternity testing process begins with a simple, non-invasive swab of the cheek. This painless procedure can be performed on individuals of any age, including newborns. The DNA samples can be collected at our facilities or from the comfort of your home with our easy-to-use kits.

Step 2: DNA Extraction

Once the samples arrive at our accredited laboratory, our experienced technicians extract DNA from the collected cells. We utilise advanced genetic analysis techniques to ensure the DNA is processed accurately.

Step 3: Analysing Genetic Markers

Using state-of-the-art technology, we examine specific regions of the DNA where known genetic markers are located. These markers are unique sequences in the DNA that can help confirm or deny a biological relationship. By comparing these markers in the child and the potential father, we can determine if there is a genetic match.

Step 4: Results and Reporting

Our analysis concludes with a detailed report that presents the findings in clear terms. If the DNA patterns between the child and the alleged father match at the tested markers, the likelihood of paternity is typically over 99.9%. On the other hand, a mismatch at multiple markers indicates a 0% probability of paternity. Results are usually available within a few days after sample receipt, ensuring that you receive your answers quickly and confidentially.

How accurate are DNA tests?

A DNA test is the most accurate way to determine paternity or a familial relationship, and the vast majority of our tests give a conclusive result first time. If the results are not conclusive we will contact you to discuss additional testing options. Our laboratory also offers other types of relationship testing, just contact us using the below details for more information.

Are results confidential?

Yes, under the requirements of UK Data Protection laws, all services and results are confidential. Everyone who gives a sample or has Parental Responsibility for the child in the case is entitled to request a copy of the results.

Who can consent for a child under 16 years old?

If the child is under 16 years old, consent is required from a person with parental responsibility for that child.

A mother automatically has parental responsibility for their child, and can provide consent. A father normally has parental responsibility for a child if they are named on the birth certificate, or were married to the child’s mother when the child was born. A more detailed explanation of who has parental responsibility for a child can be found here. Copies of documents to prove parental responsibility and ID must be provided. Please make sure the signature on your ID matches your signature on the consent form.

What consent is required for children (16+ years old)

No test will be undertaken without the consent of each adult to be tested (unless a court has ruled otherwise). Each adult is required to sign the Consent Form. An adult is someone who is 18 years or over. A child of 16 or 17 years of age is presumed to be capable of giving consent and may give consent as if they were an adult.

As with other biological sample procedures, consent is required before a sample of blood, saliva or hair is taken for analysis. Under the Human Tissue Act 2004 consent is also required (in England, Wales and Northern Ireland) for the use and storage of a sample to obtain scientific or medical information about an individual which relates to another person; this includes paternity testing. Each participant over the age of 16 years will need to consent for their DNA to be tested and will need to support this with a suitable copy of identification.

What is informed consent?

The person giving consent must understand what they are consenting to – the type of test and what it will show. It is also important that they have given serious consideration to the implications of finding out the results of the Test – the consequences of which may be irrevocable.

Consent must be voluntary, i.e. the person giving consent must give consent of their own free will and must not be subjected to undue influence, pressure or threat of any kind.

Consent may be withdrawn at any time. If any party to a test subsequently withdraws their consent, Assure DNA must be notified immediately and the processing of samples will be stopped.

In Scotland, a person who is 16 or over has the legal capacity to consent for themselves.

Can I withdraw my consent?

You may withdraw your consent for this test at any time prior to the issue of the report by contacting us using the details below:

Tel: +44 (0) 1603 358169
Fax: +44 (0) 1603 358161
Email: info@attolife.co.uk
Web: www.attolife.co.uk

Assure DNA is operated by AttoLife, which is a UKAS accredited testing laboratory (No. 2699) holding accreditation to international standard ISO/IEC17025 for paternity testing.

Is my at-home DNA test valid for use in court or other legal purposes?

No. Assure DNA Paternity kits CANNOT be used where the results are required for legal purposes – for example, changing a birth certificate or going to court. Please use the form below to contact us regarding legal DNA testing.

Can I return my DNA test kit and cancel my order?

Due to the nature of the product we sell, we are not able to accept any returns. However, if you have any questions please contact our customer service team on 016 0335 8169 and we will endeavour to help.

Should you cancel your order a £35 cancellation fee will apply.

Legal DNA Testing Enquiries

We provide a range of legal DNA tests including Maternity, Paternity, Sibling, Zygosity (Twins), Grandparents/Grandchild, and Y-Chromosome testing.

Approved by the MOJ to carry out Parentage testing under Section 20 of the Family Law Reform Act 1969.

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