Paternity tests analyze the genetic material from, among other things, epithelial cells and blood. Even objects that came in contact with a given person may prove useful for the test. The analyzed DNA is exactly the same in all of the human body's cells. When it comes to certainty of results, it does not matter where we collect the sample from.
All you have to do is to order our DNA collection kit and prepare the samples according to the instruction. Download the PDF instruction. Put the prepared samples back in the paper packet and place them in the stamped addressed envelope.
Remove cotton from one side of the tip and rub the inside of the cheek for 10 seconds using the other end of the cotton tip. en, repeat using the second cotton tip and the other cheek. Put the prepared samples in a clean, paper envelope.
Collect blood using a tissue, swab or different fabric. The tissue should be clean, without moisturizer or scents. You can also submit blood from other objects to the examination, for example glucose meter test strips, used tampons, sanitary pads and clothes. Wet samples should be allowed to dry and they should be placed in a clean, paper envelope (with air supply).
You can take a paternity test using blood collected in the same way as blood collected for a CBC test. Get in contact with us and schedule an appointment at the nearest clinic. Check the addresses of all blood collection facilities in Myanmar.
The toothbrush should be used a few times by one person only. Choose the toothbrush with visible traces of use. Allow it to dry in a dry and shady place. Then, put it in a clean, paper envelope.
Choose the teething ring or a soother that has been used for a long time. Do not sterelise or boil it. Put the soother in a protected case (often attached to soothers) or in a little plastic container (for example a urine container).
Collect at least 5 hair strands. Make sure they are extracted with visible roots. Cut hair will not work. It is better to collect hair from a newly bought brush, used by one person only. Put the hair strands to a clean, paper envelope.
Choose the razor that has been used at least a few times by one person only. Leave it to dry in a dry and shady place and then put in a clean, paper envelope. Hold the handle of the razor, not the blades.
You should use a clean tissue (without moisturizer, scents or other substances) for collecting secretion. You can also submit underwear and clothes (e.g. cut out a piece of fabric). Mark the stain with a marker pen. Leave the samples to dry and then put in a clean, paper envelope.
Fingernails cut along with cuticles (DNA is isolated from cuticles) and put in a clean, paper envelope.
The tissue should not be moisturized or soaked. Leave it to dry and put in a clean, paper envelope.
The gum needs to be chewed for at least 5 minutes. Leave it to dry and put in a little pastic container (e.g. a sterile urine container).
Choose the cotton buds with visible ear wax. It is important to make sure that they were being used by one person only. Put the cotton buds in a clean, paper envelope. Hold the handle of the bud so that you do not touch the head of the cotton bud with the DNA.
Things that the particular person used for eating and drinking should be left to dry, they should not be cleaned. Put them in a clean, paper envelope. Objects made of glass put in a carton box so that they will not break while being transported to the laboratory.
Do not clean them, let them dry. Put the objects in a clean, paper envelope.
Put the butts in a clean, paper envelope or a little container (a urine container). Hold the end without a filter that contains the DNA.
Deflate the balloon that has been inflated by the particular person and let it dry. Then, put it in a clean, paper envelope. Avoid touching the mouthpiece with the DNA.
If you are in possession of a di erent kind of samples, contact us to see if they are suitable for the analysis. We are willing to help you choose the right sample and we are always ready to tell you how to secure it. Feel free to call a number: +959777438161. You can also write a mail or use our contact form.
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