Questions of paternity often cause undue stress on parents, children and families. Fortunately, a child’s paternity can be determined easily via a simple, noninvasive cheek swab.
Whether you would like to determine paternity for your own personal information or you need a court-admissible results for legal proceedings, ARCpoint Labs can help you choose the best test to meet your needs.
Donor unavailable? There are a variety of ways to determine paternity, even if you don’t have a sample directly from the potential father. Paternity can be determined by using specimens from grandparents, aunts or uncles. Paternity tests can even be performed before a child is born through our prenatal paternity tests using a simple blood draw from the mother after the eighth week of pregnancy.
Want paternity results only for peace of mind? Most locations don’t even require ID. Contact us today.
Has your doctor ever said something like this? “Let’s try this one to start and check back in three months to see how you’re doing.”
Trying a new medication is stressful, and choosing the right one can feel like a guessing game. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
A pharmacogenetic test analyzes your DNA to predict how your body will react to certain medications. With a simple cheek swab, our test can tell you how your body metabolizes medications to help you and your doctor determine the best medication for you—without the trial and error.
Have you ever wondered where your family originated? Not just your parents or grandparents, but generations back? More and more people are now interested in their heritage and understanding where their ancestors were from.
Our ancestry DNA tests can tell you your family background, what geographic regions your ancestors came from, what populations you are most closely related to today, and much more. Discover your ethnic origins and connect to your past.
Diet & Weightloss
Ever wonder why you can eat all of the “right” foods and spend hours in the gym but never see the results you want? Everyone’s body processes protein, carbohydrates and fats differently…and the latest diet recommendation may not be the best for you. New research shows that your genetic makeup influences how diet and exercise programs work for you.
If you’re ready to get off the diet treadmill of exercising constantly and not losing the pounds and inches you want, contact us today to find out more about our diet and weight loss DNA test.
If you or someone in your family is interested in immigrating to the United States, you may need a DNA test to show familial relationship. The immigration process can be confusing and challenging, but proving your family relationship shouldn’t have to be.
Many different types of immigration DNA tests can help with the immigration process. Some typical tests include:
- Maternity DNA – This test verifies DNA matches in legitimate mother/child relationships.
- Paternity DNA – This test verifies DNA matches in legitimate father/child relationships.
- Kinship DNA – A kinship test identifies a legitimate relationship between two or more individuals who claim a biological relationship, such as a niece or nephew/aunt or uncle, child/grandparent.
ARCpoint sends all immigration DNA test to AABB-accredited laboratories for analysis, as is required by the US government for all immigration testing. We cannot guarantee your visa acceptance through our DNA tests and recommend that you consult with a US Department of State or your embassy representative to verify which relationships meet the immigration criteria for your situation.
If you suspect your spouse or significant other is being unfaithful, our infidelity DNA tests can help you determine the truth and help you decide the next steps in your relationship.
Our infidelity DNA test can match genetic material found on many different items (such as linens, undergarments, tissues or clothing) to your spouse’s genetic makeup.
Our trained staff can help ensure a documented chain of custody, should you need the results admitted as evidence in a court case. Infidelity is never easy, but knowing the truth can help you make an informed decision.