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CORPORATE MEDICAL SERVICES WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS TIME TO WELCOME AND INTRODUCE YOU TO A NEW MEMBER OF OUR TEAM.  DR. MARIE SCOTT CURTIS, D.C. WILL BE JOINING OUR STAFF SEPTEMBER 3RD 2013.  Read more...


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Corporate Medical
A Trusted Leader in DNA Testing

Paternity

DNA Paternity Test

Corporate Medical uses the most trusted lab in DNA testing to determine the father. We can help you, with accuracy in determining the biological identity of the father of the tested child. No matter where they are, Corporate Medical can test in over 2500 locations in all 50 states.

This test may be used for:

  • Child Support
  • Child Custody
  • Birth Certificate
  • Will/Estate
  • Court Order
  • Other Legal Reasons

√ 3-DAY RESULTS

√ DUAL PROCESS TESTING

√ 100% ACCURACY   

√ LEGAL AND HOME PATERNITY

We can now test when you are pregnant, if you need to know right away, with no risk to the fetus.

 

 

Immigration Testing

Corporate Medical provides AABB DNA testing for immigration purposes. Corporate Medical follows the strict requirements set by government agencies in each country. Corporate Medical can test in all 50 states and over 168 countries. You only want to leave this type of testing to a trusted leader in DNA testing.

  • Family Based Immigration

DNA test is recommended to provide proof of a family relationship that is the basis for immigration when paper documentation is missing or found insufficient to support the application.

  • Consular Report of Birth Abroad

One or both parents of a child born outside the United States, are US citizens seeking to establish the child’s US citizenship. In some cases, the US Embassy or Consulate requests a DNA test to prove the biological relationship.

 

 

Family Relationship

Corporate Medical provides a variety of family relationship DNA testing for the many family situations that may arise. Corporate Medical is able to determine the alleged father even if he is unavailable for testing.

  • Grandparentage Testing
  • Sibling ship Testing
  • Maternity Testing
  • Genetic Reconstruction
  • Mitochondrial and Y-STR Testing
  • Twin Zygosity Testing

Forensic DNA Testing

Top 10 Frequently Asked Forensics Questions

  1. Can the presence of blood, sperm or semen be detected on an item of clothing or other materials/objects? Yes. Testing can be performed to indicate the presence of blood, saliva, or semen in a sample. The test relies on the use of chemicals, which change color when coming in contact with blood, saliva, or semen.
  2. Are you able to get a DNA profile from urine? Yes. A profile can be obtained from urine. Over time bacteria in urine can degrade DNA, so fresh or frozen urine is the best type of sample to test.
  3. Can you test hair without the root? Yes. Instead of using nuclear DNA testing, we would use mitochondrial DNA testing. The mitochondrial genome is highly polymorphic or varies greatly from one person to another, making it useful for human identification. Because mitochondrial genes exist in high amounts within a cell they are very useful when analyzing samples that lack nuclear DNA.
  4. How much of an evidence sample is needed to obtain DNA results? This depends on the type and the condition of the sample. We specialize in extracting DNA from unusual and difficult forensic samples. Contact us to discuss the details involved with your case.
  5. I have a sample with a male/female mixture, but no male DNA profile was obtained from standard testing. Is there a way to obtain a male profile? Yes. Y-STR testing can be used to obtain a male profile in these instances. However, a minimum amount of male DNA must be present. If a sample's minor component is male with the major component being female, then Y-STR testing may reveal a male DNA profile. Additionally, If there are multiple male contributors in a sample, Y-STR testing may help to differentiate the individual contributors.
  6. What kind of reference sample is required? For reference samples, we prefer buccal swabs or blood cards, but we will also accept whole blood.
  7. How do I interpret a forensic DNA report? The forensics DNA report lists the samples tested and describes and provides the results based on a comparison of known and unknown evidence samples. The four possible interpretations for the results of a forensic DNA test are as follows: match, non-match, no DNA obtained, and inconclusive. A match means that the DNA profile obtained from the evidence sample is consistent with the DNA profile obtained from the known reference sample (i.e. 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. An inconclusive result is obtained when there is insufficient DNA for comparison.

 

Other Types of DNA Testing Available

  • Native American Testing Services
  • DNA Banking
  • DNA Profiling
  • Y-STR Paternal Lineage
  • DNA Maternity
  • Ancestry DNA