At Lextox, our prenatal DNA test provides an accurate and non-invasive way to determine paternity prior to a child’s birth.
When can the test be taken?
We are able to carry out testing once a mother has been confirmed as at least 8 weeks pregnant as per confirmation from a medical professional. If the mother is carrying twins or triplets, we are unable to undertaken this test.
How is the test taken?
Our trained Sample Collector will take a mouth swab from the alleged father and a blood sample from the arm of the mother.
After profiling the mother and foetus, we are able to compare the markers against the alleged fathers’ DNA to determine paternity. Analysis results for the prenatal DNA tests will be provided within 8 working days.
If you have any questions, or would like to arrange a case specific quotation, please contact your dedicated Client Manager via an email or call us on or call 029 2048 4141.
At Lextox we offer DNA Paternity and Relationship Testing for family law and child protection cases.
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More information about our DNA testing services can be found here. To arrange a DNA test please contact our dedicated team via the website, a call to 029 2048 4141 or by emailing email@example.com.