Infidelity DNA Test
Only £299 with results in 10 working days
Our Infidelity DNA Test is a powerful tool for those wishing to have a scientific indication of whether cheating has taken place. Infidelity DNA testing makes it possible for you to send us any suspicious sample you believe might have human biological material for us to analyse. Our typical client will send in anything ranging from underwear, bed sheets to used condoms.
An Infidelity DNA Test Can Tell You If It’s Male DNA or Female DNA
You have found a sample which you think might be evidence of an affair. The first question you probably want answered is “Does the DNA in this sample belong to a male or a female?” The forensic test we offer is what we call a multiple gender test and will answer this very question. With this test we can analyse just about any sample you send and tell you whether your chosen sample contains:
- Male DNA
- Female DNA
- A mix of male and female DNA
Our multiple gender infidelity DNA test kit is priced at £299 for testing a single sample. Additional samples submitted at the same time will be charged at the discounted rate of £150 per item.
We Can Establish or Exclude the DNA Donor Through Comparison Testing
Once we have established whether the sample contains male or female DNA, the next pressing question for our clients is establishing who that sample might belong to. Here we can offer you what we call a comparison test. We compare the DNA profile from the sample used in the multiple gender test with another DNA sample collected using a mouth swab. The aim is to compare the two DNA profiles to determine whether they match. If the scientists confirm a match we can conclude that the two DNA samples belong to the same donor. If the DNA profiles do not match, the DNA samples belong to two different individuals.
Our comparison infidelity DNA test is priced at £70 for testing a mouth swab sample against the DNA profile obtained from the sample used for the multiple gender test.
If you wish to use one of our Alternative DNA Sample Options instead of a mouth swab sample, there will be an additional cost due to the complexity of testing using these types of samples. Please Contact Us to discuss your requirements.
Choosing and Sending Your DNA Sample
Whilst most samples will contain viable DNA for forensic testing, we strongly advise against sending us any samples before you have discussed your case with one of our customer care advisors. Once you have selected your sample, please call us or send us an email so we can confirm that we can work with your sample and the probability of it yielding enough DNA for testing. Our customer support team is trained to provide you with all the information you need including how to collect and pack your sample. In cases where you won’t be sending us your sample immediately, we can even tell you how best to store it.
Detect Dried Semen Left on Clothes or Bedding
If you have a sample which you think might contain semen but are unsure, you can choose our semen detection service. Our semen detection test is not a DNA test but a 3-phase laboratory analysis that uses special reagents and scientific techniques to establish the presence of semen with 100% accuracy. Please click here to read more about our Semen Detection Test.
Important: Please Bear the Following in Mind:
Infidelity DNA testing results have no legal validity.
The stained item will be damaged during the testing process and will not usually be returned to you. The analyst will cut out 2-4 1cm square sections of the stained area of material to be tested. Please let us know at the time of ordering if you would like the damaged item returned to you so we can provide a shipping quote.
Please Contact Us if you have any questions or to discuss your requirements.
The Human Tissue Act and DNA Theft
If you or anyone from whom you have collected a sample is living in the UK you need to be aware of the legal implications of the Human Tissue Act. The Human Tissue Act makes collecting any type of biological sample from another person without their full consent a crime – punishable with a prison sentence and/or a fine. Any person to whom the sample belongs must not only consent to the test but understand fully how their DNA is going to be used and analysed.