Home DNA kits can be used for a variety of reasons and are very popular alternatives to medical DNA tests. Maybe you’re questioning the mother’s integrity, maybe you’re just curious about the DNA…
After all’s said and done though, it doesn’t matter too much WHY you got the kit… What’s important is that you perform the test accurately, so that yo can be sure that you get the most accurate results.
In this article we’re going to be going over the various things that you can do to make sure that you get the most accurate results as possible from your DNA test. To do this I’m going to be covering a few tips and ideas that you should use.
This first step is the most important…You need to pick out which DNA kit you’re going to use. Remember that cheaper isn’t better. AABB certification is an absolute must…Don’t even consider a kit unless you’ve checked for this. You may think that it’s worth it to save a hundred or so bucks for a cheaper DNA kit, but really make sure that you’re absolutely positive that you’re not sacrificing quality and accuracy for money.
Need some convincing? Well, with non-certified kits you have a higher chance of inaccuracy in the test. You’re basically wasting your money.
The second thing you need to make sure you do is read the directions provided with the kit. DO NOT skim over them. Follow every direction to the cross of a T. That means EVERYTHING! Don’t compromise and think it’ll be ok, it WON’T…You need to make sure that you get absolutely perfect samples. It’s as simple as that. Again, don’t risk inaccuracy, make sure that you submit a clean sample.
You should use the same perfection when it comes to the other person’s sample. If you learn nothing else from this article, just learn that you’ve GOT to get a good sample.
You should get your results back, make sure that you get both inclusion and exclusion information. Don’t know what these are? Basically, exclusion is determining if you’re NOT the father, and inclusion is determining if you ARE. If you’re exclusion results isn’t 100% then there’s a good chance that you’re the father.
Well, thanks for getting all the way through these tips, I hope they help you! Good luck with your tests!
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