The DNA Worldwide Laboratory Facility
Using advanced techniques and automated systems, DNA Worldwide's Laboratory, Eurofins Medigenomix, aims to produce the world's most accurate DNA test results while also providing superior quality, service and convenience to customers.
The DNA Laboratory
Our complete array of services extends from paternity testing to forensic testing and family reconstruction. You can rest assured that tests performed by DNA Worldwide and its laboratory Sorenson Genomics will be accurate, confidential and fast.
The DNA Testing Centre has developed an extensive laboratory process involving bar-coded specimens and a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) in order to assure the highest quality of service achievable in the industry. The company uses controls and other additional precautionary tactics in order to provide its clients with DNA testing results that are reliable and accurate.
The DNA Worldwide Laboratory uses a combination of over 250 different STR genotyping markers to definitively measure biological relationships for its Paternity, Relationship, Ancestry & Genetics business units. This allows DNA Worldwide to provide the most reliable results commercially available for measuring distant biological relationships, such as 1st cousin and grandparentage, while also providing a highly reliable paternity test.
DNA Worldwide DNA paternity testing services require very high levels of reliability and accuracy. By following strict guidelines, the DNA Worldwide Laboratory has become a recognised leader in the high-throughput DNA testing business.
Results for large scale projects vary from project to project. High-throughput sequencing and genotyping projects may take as little as one or two days. Once the results are completed, the client has immediate access to retrieving the results via email. Hard copies can also be sent out upon request.
The DNA Worldwide Laboratory has a team of highly experienced Ph.D. and M.S. genetic experts that are available to answer even the most technical questions. These scientists are involved with building the largest DNA population databases in the world for the Molecular Genealogy Foundation. They are also active in developing quicker and more accurate applications for answering questions regarding biological relationships and characterising ancient human migration patterns.