The current available techniques for prenatal baby gender tests (CVS and amniocentesis) are invasive and carry with their use a small but …Read More
The current available prenatal paternity tests (CVS and amniocentesis) are invasive and carry with their use a small but significant chance of …Read More
Our laboratory is offering a full package for our clients: a. Free pretesting consultation for your case: explanation about prenatal …Read More
Non-invasive prenatal determination of fetal sex using cell-free fetal DNA provides an alternative to invasive techniques for some heritable disorders. New research …Read More
Objective of this study was to validate the clinical efficacy and practical feasibility of massively parallel maternal plasma DNA sequencing to screen …Read More
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Prenatal Genetics Center is a non-invasive prenatal testing and research laboratory established by research scientists with extensive experience in human non-invasive DNA diagnostics. The Center was formed specifically to provide comprehensive, affordable, fast and accurate service using the latest advances in DNA-based technology. Working closely with the medical community allows the company's scientists to develop new techniques and apply DNA testing for various applications. The Center was the first company in the world that offers a non-invasive prenatal paternity test to the general public in year 2001.
For many years our scientists were researching new techniques to replace potentially dangerous invasive prenatal paternity tests. Traditional methods, particularly amniocentesis, are known for their risks to the unborn child and pregnant women. These risks include fetal injuries, infections, and miscarriages. Non-invasive prenatal technology offered by Prenatal Genetics Center for 14 years allows accurate, convenient and safe testing for paternity and fetal gender verification.
Has the procedure been validated by the DNA paternity testing industry?
Testing on DNA from fetal cells in maternal blood has been highly validated by the scientific community during many years as well as by a number of DNA diagnostic laboratories (see...
How many weeks pregnant am I?
For our testing purposes the mother is required to be at least 10 weeks gestation for Prenatal Gender testing or 14 weeks gestation for Prenatal Paternity testing. If...