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Maternal Blood Y-DNA Test (MBY) + Y-chromosome DNA Exclusion (MBE)

Maternal blood Y-DNA test (MBY) must be done before conducting Y-chromosome DNA exclusion (MBE). If the MBY test results indicate that there is a detectable amount of Y-DNA in the sample submitted, then the expected mother can proceed to take the MBE test. The MBE test aims to analyze and compare the DNA markers, which are found by the fetal DNA in the maternal blood sample, with the alleged father's blood sample in order to find out whether their parent-child relation is excluded or not.

 

Non-Invasive Prenatal Parentage Testing (DDC)

Newer DNA technologies take advantage of the fact that there is free fetal DNA circulating in the mother's bloodstream. The test is able to separate the fetal DNA from the maternal blood, while assuming the father can provide his blood or mouth cell samples for analysis.

Invasive DNA Relationship Identification (PT)

Invasive DNA Relationship Identification is categorized into amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling. Amniocentesis is tested by a sample of amniotic fluid surrounding the fetus is withdrawn through a needle inserted into the mother's uterus. Chorionic villus sampling is collecting the cells from the embryonic placenta for fetal chromosomal analyses.

 
 
 
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Maternal Blood Y-DNA Test (MBY) + Y-chromosome DNA Exclusion (MBE)

Maternal blood Y-DNA test (MBY) must be done before conducting Y-chromosome DNA exclusion (MBE). If the MBY test results indicate that there is a detectable amount of Y-DNA in the sample submitted, then the expected mother can proceed to take the MBE test. The MBE test aims to analyze and compare the DNA markers, which are found by the fetal DNA in the maternal blood sample, with the alleged father's blood sample in order to find out whether their parent-child relation is excluded or not.

 

Non-Invasive Prenatal Parentage Testing (DDC)

Newer DNA technologies take advantage of the fact that there is free fetal DNA circulating in the mother's bloodstream. The test is able to separate the fetal DNA from the maternal blood, while assuming the father can provide his blood or mouth cell samples for analysis.

Invasive DNA Relationship Identification (PT)

Invasive DNA Relationship Identification is categorized into amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling. Amniocentesis is tested by a sample of amniotic fluid surrounding the fetus is withdrawn through a needle inserted into the mother's uterus. Chorionic villus sampling is collecting the cells from the embryonic placenta for fetal chromosomal analyses.



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