Can a Baby Have a Different Eye Color Than Both of His or Her Parents?

Even though most individuals are taught rudimentary genetics in high school biology class, when it comes time for the real-world application of these lessons in real life, it can be tough to recall the fundamentals of genetics.

For instance, one inquiry we field sometimes when most people consult us about paternity DNA testing? “Is it possible for two blue eyed parents have a brown eyed baby?”

There is some confusion when it comes to this topic! Read on for the answer.

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Chain of Custody Paternity Testing: What You Need to Know

If you are ordered by a court to get a DNA test for a custody hearing, you want to know that your sample is secure from the beginning of the process until the very end. Test Smartly Labs carefully follows Chain of Custody procedures to make sure that the sample’s integrity is intact in case it is needed for evidence. Learn more about the Chain of Custody and why it’s important in some paternity cases:¬† Continue reading “Chain of Custody Paternity Testing: What You Need to Know” »

What Happens During Paternity Testing?

Paternity testing is used to prove a blood relationship between a suspected father and children. Establishing paternity can grant a father legal and parental responsibilities. Some courts could order a father to pay child support after proving paternity. Test results may be used to prove inheritance rights or benefit entitlement. Many people have misconceptions about what paternity testing involves. Learn more about the testing process at Test Smartly Labs:

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