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Forensics DNA Analysis

Journey Genetic Testing provides several types of comparing and matching DNA specimens using biological and non -biological samples. Forensic DNA Testing is the most accurate method of learning the truth using genetic evidence. Each person’s DNA is their genetic fingerprint, and this brings helps to determine a person’s identity, maternal/paternal relationships, cases of infidelity, genetic mutations and more.

Why Choose A Forensic DNA Analysis?

  • Infidelity Tests: This is a DNA study to confirm whether or not your partner is being unfaithful. The test uses one or more DNA samples (collected from the area in question) to confirm a genetic individual profile. Please note: All infidelity testing will require at least one biological sample from the person in question.
  • Determine A Blood Relationship: Paternity or maternity testing uses the process of DNA profiling to conclusively find whether or not the testing man or woman is the biological father or biological mother of a child. This same concept applies to a sibling DNA test, a grandparent DNA test, as well as testing aunts or uncles using an avuncular DNA test.
  • Discovering A Genetic Mutations: DNA mutation analysis is a detailed study of changes in your DNA that helps to understand the possibilities of genetic diseases that are common in a family. The purpose is to educate individuals so that they can modify their lifestyle for a stronger response. Genetic mutations are not a certainty that a disease will be encountered in the future.
  • Uncovering The Cause Of Death: Identifying a cause of death for one or more people who lost their lives under sudden or unexpected circumstances.

You Can Reach Conclusions Based On This Report

A forensic DNA report lists the DNA samples that have been examined and analyzed. You will find that the results are based only on a comparison of known and unknown evidence samples. There are three possible findings of a forensic DNA test: a matching sample, a non-matching sample, and no DNA found on the sample sent for testing.

A match means that the DNA profile obtained from the evidence sample is consistent with the DNA profile obtained from the known reference sample (ie. suspect). A non-match means that an individual’s DNA profile is not consistent with the DNA profile obtained from the evidence sample. No DNA obtained means that we were unable to extract DNA from the evidence sample provided to us.

We currently provide two infidelity DNA testing options. If you have questions, one of our Genetic Consultants can provide information to assist you in deciding which option best fits your situation. Out consultation is free, our testing is private, and all aspects of your case is completely confidential.

Quality And Reliable Forensic Testing

You can find cheap self-test kits that are often sold by affiliate marketers (who may not know anything about DNA), or other online mass retailers. The problem with this low end tests is that they only look for the presence of a material that “glows” under a inadequate chemical or UV light. The truth is that many substances, like blood or urine, will look the same in this type of testing process. That is why these tests run a very high risk of reporting a false positive result. Of course that type of result will cause much more harm than good. Comparatively, our DNA infidelity test is a forensic process. Our DNA detection test produces a genetic individual DNA profile from the suspected stain or bodily fluid from the sample you provide. We can then compare this finding to a known profile, such as yours or your spouse’s, to verify your or exclude the possibility. Our test will give you proof of a DNA match.

We Are Ready To Help You On Your Journey To Truth

  • Excellent client care by email or phone Mon to Thu 9:00 AM – 4 PM ( PST) and Fridays 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM PST. 
  • Our emails and voice messages are checked on a regular basis. Voice mails and emails are welcome 24/7. 
  • Journey Genetic Testing is not affiliated with any government or law enforcement agency.
  • We are committed to your complete confidentiality and privacy
  • Most of our clients are private individuals, but we also serve attorneys, mortuaries, and anyone in need of our services. 
  • We do not require your to obtain a doctor’s referral or prescription. 
  • Your test samples can be submitted by mail from anywhere in the world
  • 10 business days is the turnaround time for test reports in most cases.
  • Ph.D. expert review of all DNA results.
  • State of the art DNA lab and evaluations of samples.
  • Reliable, conclusive results are sent to you as soon as they become available.

Often Asked Questions About Forensic Testing

Forensic DNA Testing FAQs
How Difficult Is It To Get A Good Sample To Test?

Forensic DNA samples vary widely and the chances of us being able to obtain a DNA profile depends on the sample used. In most cases, items can contain sufficient DNA for analysis, however there may be exceptions. For example, the amount on DNA on the sample may be too small for any significant examination; in other cases, the item provided might be too old, or contaminated with chemicals which might make it unuseable for testing.

How Long Does DNA Stay On Clothing?

DNA can usually be recovered from clothes, even after they are exposed to water, for more than 1 week.

Does DNA Wash Off In Laundry?

DNA can be transferred innocently by the laundry even after clothes are supposed to be “clean.” A Canadian study discovered that when undergarments are washed with sheets containing bodily fluids, the undergarment too will have DNA on them. DNA was recovered from all fabric, regardless of washing time or method. The denim/rayon blend yielded the highest DNA recovery in all washing methods and times. Wool and the wool/rayon blend yielded the least DNA recovery in all washing times and methods.

What Destroys DNA Evidence?

Environmental factors, such as heat and humidity, can rapidly increase the degradation of DNA. Also wet or moist evidence that is packaged in plastic bags will provide a growth environment for bacteria that can destroy DNA evidence.

What Happens To My DNA Samples After The Test Is Done?

Our standard procedure is to retain the samples for 30 days in case additional testing is necessary, and then both the samples and the personal information is destroyed/deleted. If you wish, however, you may request that we destroy all samples containing the tested persons’ DNA immediately after completing the test, however additional testing will not be possible if you choose to do this.

Are My Results Confidential?

Your results are 100% confidential, and released only to the person who purchases the test. We do not discuss your testing, or release your results, to anyone else, even other test participants

Can A Test Kit Be Sent To Me Discreetly?

We understand the sensitive nature of DNA tests. We encourage you to use the Make Your Own Kit option in these cases. Go to MYOK to learn more.

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