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www.reference.com/article/read-dna-test-result-sheet-87bf7c3e5fe901e6

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, explains Genetics Home Reference. If performed to asce...

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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 inclusion if all of the loci tested are genetic matc...

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Blood test results are expressed in metric units such as milligrams per deciliter, or mg/dL, and millimoles per liter, or mmol/L, explains Newport Natural Health. Results vary by specific type of test. For instance, a complete blood count, or CBC, examines the cellular ...

www.reference.com/article/long-dna-testing-e740f1cc9adb0a7c

DNATesting.com says that DNA tests take up to two business days, starting from the day the lab first receives the samples. The testing process for both legal and personal interests is the same.

www.reference.com/article/can-dna-tests-wrong-6df539627492c8b3

DNA tests are usually 99.99 percent accurate, which means they can be wrong 0.01 percent of the time. While those odds appear good, they are the accuracy rate under ideal scenarios where the integrity of samples is not a concern.

www.reference.com/article/dna-paternity-test-results-determined-12ae0b58f2e484e5

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 the father's DNA, then the father and the child are ...

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DNA tests are close to 100 percent accurate in establishing paternity, according to BabyMed. A paternity test establishes the biological match between a baby and an alleged father.