The interpretation of DNA test results differ depending on the purpose of the test. If performed to ascertain health information, results focus on whether specific genes, chromosomes, or proteins are present or not, expl... More »

As of January 2016, samples of DNA test results demonstrating both paternal inclusion and exclusion are available to download on the websites of both Genex Diagnostics and Home DNA Direct. A test demonstrates paternal in... More »

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DNA paternity test results are determined by taking samples of DNA from the father and comparing them to the DNA of the child, explains Genetic Profiles Corporation. If the genes in the child's DNA are also present in th... More »

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As of January 2016, samples of DNA test results demonstrating both paternal inclusion and exclusion are available to download on the websites of both Genex Diagnostics and Home DNA Direct. A test demonstrates paternal in... More »

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The interpretation of blood sugar test results depends on the type of test used. With a fasting test, a normal reading is between 70 and 100 milligrams per deciliter, according to MedlinePlus. More »

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Tissue transglutaminase antibodies, or tTG-IgA, blood test results produce a positive result in 98 percent of patients who do have celiac disease, and a negative result in 95 percent of patients who do not have celiac di... More »

When reading laboratory results, take note of the test performed, the test result and the normal reference ranges. All lab reports contain certain items as required by law, according to the American Association for Clini... More »