A Paternity DNA Test compares the DNA of a child to the DNA of an Alleged Father, and preferably the child’s mother, to determine the probability of paternity.
This test will reflect the probability of paternity. A “0” means he is not the father.
HIGH PROBABILITY OF PATERNITY INDICATES:
An extremely high probability of paternity indicates that the alleged father is the father (generally greater than 99%).
LOW PROBABILITY OF PATERNITY INDICATES:
A “0” genetic match means the alleged father is not the father.
A low probability of paternity could indicate that the alleged father is not the father. If another biological family member is suspected as an alleged father, it is recommended they also participate in the testing.