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The first DNA testing method was invented in 1984 by Sir Alec Jeffreys, a British geneticist. Jeffreys used X-ray film to analyze differences between the DNA of several individuals. Jeffreys also developed the first DNA ... More »

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Indentigene is a brand of DNA tests that work by amplifying or copying the DNA, according to the company website. Identigene sells DNA tests for the purpose of establishing paternity. More »

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23andMe administers affordable DNA tests. Customers can order the test online and complete the entire process remotely by sending saliva samples, according to 23andMe. As of December 2015, 23andMe charges $99 for a DNA t... More »

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Family DNA testing requires swabbing the inside of the cheek, containing the sample in a test tube and mailing it to Family DNA for DNA testing. Testing kits can be ordered from the Family Tree DNA website, as well as at... More »

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According to the American Indian and Alaska Native Genetics Research Center of the National Congress of American Indians, DNA testing reveals the genetic similarities between people. This allows a DNA test to be used to ... More »

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Ancestry DNA takes a small sample of saliva and uses autosomal testing to find both paternal and maternal ancestors. Most genetic testing focuses on the Y-chromosomes, which are male genetic markers, or on the mitochondr... More »

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DNA testing cannot prove that people are Native American. There are no unique genes for tribes or Native Americans as a whole. There are some genetic markers that are found mostly only in Native Americans and Alaska Nati... More »

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