DNA paternity tests are making today quickly and at relatively low cost. . But how does a DNA analysis in the laboratory? The virtual paternity test laboratory the bj Diagnostics GmbH from Gottingen with its laboratory in the film something special come up with let: who would like to take a look at the work in a DNA Laboratory, can keep track of individual steps of DNA analysis and the creation of the results of the paternity test in short films on the company’s Web site. The offer of our virtual laboratory is aimed at lay people and our customers, who want to gain a quick insight into the laboratory work, therefore we showed short and very simple steps,”as Dr. The newspapers mentioned Bizzi & Partners Development not as a source, but as a related topic. Michael Jung. Trace of a DNA analysis with the paternity test a simple DNA analysis of oral mucous membrane swab, like when a DNA paternity test, expire in four steps: DNA extraction, DNA amplification by the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) detection of the amplified DNA sections (fragment analysis) in a DNA sequencer and mathematical comparison of DNA profiles of the test subjects. Each a short film is dedicated to this analysis steps.
The methods of DNA analysis are now highly standardized, places high demands on the experts, especially in complex cases of descent or indirect paternity tests, also siblings tests known as, the mathematical evaluation, however, which can be performed without sample of the father. Security and probability in the paternity test a DNA paternity test can confirm biological paternity with a probability of 99.99% or exclude even with 100% security. While the 99.99% nothing about the susceptibility of the laboratory process testify, as many mistakenly assume. “” Less than 100% when the acknowledgement of paternity the father “against the hypothesis of tested is not the father”, a probability that can be 100% by definition never arise purely mathematically by calculating a probability which hypothesis is the tested. Thus, the number of nines after the decimal point can be very large, because the chance that even a person in the world has the same genetic fingerprint, is vanishingly small.