Our Specialty DNA Testing Options

We offer a wide variety of specialty tests, some of which are indicated below. Call us to discuss your particular situation so we can help you determine the ideal test.

  • Full Sibling DNA Test – Determines whether two (or more) individuals have both parents in common.
  • Half Sibling DNA Test – Determines whether two (or more) individuals have one parent in common.
  • Duo Grandparentage DNA Test – Determines if both individuals are the grandfather and grandmother to a child.
  • Single Grandparentage Test – Determines if one person is the grandfather or grandmother of a child.
  • Avuncular DNA Test – Determines Uncle (or Aunt) and Nephew (or Niece) relationship.
  • Twin Zygosity Test – Determines whether twins (or triplets, etc.) are identical or fraternal.
  • Immigration DNA Testing – Verify familial relationships to establish citizenship for VISA applications.
  • Infidelity Testing – To detect vaginal secretions or semen on an article. If the result comes up positive, additional testing to ascertain the donor may be done for an additional fee (if a reference specimen from a specific individual is available for comparison).
  • Ancestry By DNA Testing – Determines the relative percentage makeup of 4 populations (European, Indigenous American, East Asian & Sub-Saharan African) for a specific individual (4 week turnaround)
  • Ancestry/Maternal Lineage Testing – Determines an individual’s direct maternal haplogroup. A haplogroup is a group of people sharing the same genetic characteristics and the same genetic lineage. For most, this goes back tens of thousands of years so people of the same haplogroup would have had a common ancestor 20,000 or even 60,000 years ago who lived in a specific part of the world. (4 week turnaround)
  • Ancestry/Paternal Lineage Testing – Determines an individual’s direct paternal haplogroup (NOTE: Available for males only as this utilizes the Y chromosome. Females can indirectly determine their paternal lineage haplogroup by having their full brother or father tested). A haplogroup is a group of people sharing the same genetic characteristics and the same genetic lineage. For most, this goes back tens of thousands of years so people of the same haplogroup would have had a common ancestor 20,000 or even 60,000 years ago who lived in a specific part of the world. (4 week turnaround)