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Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test

Fetal paternity test during pregnancy with maternal blood

The non-invasive prenatal paternity test allows to know with complete reliability who is the biological father of an embryo during pregnancy, from week 8 of gestation.

The NIPPT test is performed using massive DNA sequencing, based on SNP study (Single Nucleotide Polymorphism) from the extracted maternal peripheral blood.

Our Paternity Test includes 3 analyzable genetic profiles, mother, alleged parent and child.

The extraction of maternal blood is carried out in a center accredited by NeoDiagnostica.

The price of the blood collection is included in the price of the genetic test.

The Myadnlab kit includes:

  •  2 swabs for the alleged father
  •  1 tube for maternal blood
  •  1 thermal bag
  •  1 insulating cover
  •  1 application form
  •  1 consent form
  •  1 Nacex prepaid return bag


Every individual inherits half of their genetic material (DNA) from their mother and the other half from their father.

The Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test allows knowing biological paternity with total certainty (in addition to the sex of the baby and possible diseases and trisomies), thanks to DNA testing, using a blood sample from the mother and a saliva sample from the alleged father using a buccal swab.

If necessary, the father's sample can be taken from a "forensic" sample (nails, hairs with roots, biological flow, blood stain, etc...).

Deadline for the return of the analytical results report: 3 weeks*.

* The delivery times of the results may be increased for reasons related to the Covid-19.

Process: kit request, sample and shipment

  • 1. Register as a user
  • 2. Select the product or service you want to buy
  • 3. Select the address to send the kit
  • 4. When you receive the kit in the direction you can already perform sampling
  • 5. Send the kit back to the laboratory
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