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DNA-Planet Launches New Service for Customer-Individual Indirect DNA Paternity Testing and Kinship Analysis
Date:3/30/2010

simulation consultation of DNA-Planet is offered free of charge. The final price for the DNA analysis is 495 including 3 test persons, plus 89 for each additional person needed to achieve the desirable probability.

The case can be solved more easily if both cousins are male and they are cousins via their male line of breeding (i.e. through their fathers, not their mothers). DNA-Planet can then use the Y-chromosome to establish genetic kinship. DNA-Planet offers Y-chromosome analysis in these cases for only 290 . In contrast, it is not so reliable to use the X-chromosome because women inherit one X chromosome from their mother and one from their father, whereas man always pass on the same single Y-chromosome to their offspring.

The female line of breeding can be investigated by using mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA). Mitochondrial DNA can be found in all body cells and is passed on from mother to children, to both male and female children. DNA-Planet uses mtDNA-analysis to determine if two siblings have e.g. the same grandmother. These tests are priced individually based on the relationship analysis in question and the number of persons involved.

DNA-Planet offers the necessary scientific expertise to combine the above mentioned methods to achieve the best result in each individual kinship analysis case. Indirect paternity testing and kinship analysis requires the individual customer consultation in order to investigate the various possibilities available in the families affected and to put together the right and most cost-effective package of DNA analysis. DNA-Planet’s unique knowledge of proprietary software programming and simulated expectation values is indispensable in this process. "Our positive customer reviews show that our professional individual consultation is appreciated." says D
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