Identity / Profile Services

( DNA Tells ) provides the unique identification of a person to obtain a record of their genetic profile, This unique DNA identification will remain same at any stage of our life, this unique combination of 16 markers found in our DNA serves as a permanent genetic ID.
Organizations and private individuals choose to obtain records of their DNA profiles in case identification is ever needed.

•   To safeguard the rightful heirs and ensure that they will inherit your estate through the exclusion of false claims on      your inheritance.
•   To assist in requirements for determining current or future familial relationships.
•   To avoid expensive exhumations if your DNA profile may be required in the future.
•   As a precaution for any possible future identification/verification requirements e.g. in cases of kidnapping, accidental     death, act of Terrorism etc.
•   To assure the availability of permanently stored identification records.
•   To confirm the validity of the samples sent for a previous DNA relationship testing.

Our Identification service can be used by a wide range of individuals or organizations including:

• Large estate owners.
• Legal professionals including Law Firms and Family Lawyers.
• Insurance companies.
• Corporate Executives and Directors.
• Security Service Companies.
• Persons who work in High Risk Jobs.

The results are highly accurate and reliable, and are identical to those used in DNA Forensic applications for human identification purposes.


Identification Techniques for Preventing Infant Mix-Ups in Hospitals

Infant mix-ups in hospitals could happen any day. It is been estimated that 1 out of every 1,000 infants is switched in hospitals in USA alone. This happens especially during the routine transfer of the baby immediately after birth: The baby is initially transferred to the mother, then to the bassinet, to the nursery, and then back to the mother.

Could we estimate how many Infants are changed in our Hospitals, where changing Boys with Girls is not rare.

Newborn Identification Method use in Our Modern hospitals and Maternity homes.
Newborn identification varies from hospital to hospital

One of the most prevalent methods is the use of corresponding ID bracelets between mothers and their babies.

Despite advancements in ID tag technology, infant-mother mix-ups occur more than 23,000 times each year in USA.

Some of the reasons are :

• Misreading infant or mother bracelet information
• Bracelets falling off the infants' ankles or wrists, which is particularly common in newborns, whose arms and legs   may shrink after birth due to water loss
• Bed mix-ups, in which a child is removed for bathing or treatment and then returned to the wrong bed
• Mix-ups of babies with similar or identical names
• Misreading of sequential names or ID numbers
• Inadequate physical security mechanisms
• Parents who are not fluent in the staff's native language

If a question arises about the baby's identity, the most reliable way to be sure he or she hasn't been switched in the hospital is for the mother and child to undergo a maternity DNA test.

2. Hospitals also employ footprinting and/or fingerprinting of the infant at birth for identification. This interpretive technology has also improved over the last 80 years, but inconsistencies–and thus opportunities for infant-mother mix-ups–remain. Footprinting and fingerprinting require consistent and careful procedures, and if a staff member is not highly experienced in these techniques, the chance of less complete and clear footprints and fingerprints is greater.

In light of some of the shortcomings these forms of identification may have, maternity DNA testing is becoming more popular when doubt arises. Maternity DNA tests compare the genetic information of the mother with the child to identify matches. Because the DNA of a child comes directly from his or her parents, half of the DNA should match the mother's DNA. DNA samples are painlessly collected through buccal swabs–the process of rubbing the inside of one's cheeks to pick up cheek (buccal) cells that contain DNA–and submitted to a laboratory for analysis. In as little as a day, the laboratory can determine if the child and mother are biologically related.


Tested Parties
Any Person
Mother and Child

DNA Testing Cost : Peace of mind
Aditional Child or Person                P.Rs 11950

Mother and Child                           P.Rs  22950

Turnaround Time :
Personal Identification                   One Weeks
Maternal (Mother and Child)           One Weeks


DNA Collection Kit
Collecting the DNA sample is quick and painless. Swab the buccal ( inner cheek ) of all participants.
Once you place an, we will send you a DNA sample collection kit within one business day. Testing kits are available at our Affiliate organization.

The kit will contain the following:

  • Complete instructions for collecting the DNA samples, ( Video CD describing the whole Procedure )
  • Buccal swabs and swab envelopes for the all testing individuals.
  • Business return envelope for shipping the samples back to the DTA.


DNA Testing: The  Advantage
DTA (DNA Tells ) in association with DDC leads the DNA testing industry in its quality of service, which focuses on ensuring DNA test accuracy as well as a smooth experience for our clients.
All our DNA paternity testing clients, enjoy many advantages which includes

  • DualProcess™ Run each test twice using the DDC DualProcess™ which follows the most stringent procedures to guarantee accurate and conclusive results.
  • Legal Grandoarentage Test Follow a strict Chain of Custody to ensure results are legally admissible.
  • Confidentiality — Maintain confidentiality of each case using strict communication protocols
  • Affordable Prices: Keeping in mind our mission to make DNA testing accessible to all, DTA offers DNA testing services at affordable prices for our clients.


Legal Ancestry Testing
Legal DNA Testing requires Strict Chain of Custody Procedure.
Chain of Custody Procedure requires sample collection fees (Participant Paid this sample collection fees directly to sample collector).

Kindly discuss your situation with one of our caring, confidential case managers by calling or e-mail.

For the associated fees, please review our fee schedule.


Although 16 (loci) DNA test is Industry standard for Paternity Testing.
Our Lab is quite capable to check 20 as well as 25 (loci) in all our Testing.

  Caution: Be prepared sometime Relationship test results are quite differ than your Expectations.  
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