What is a non-invasive fetal paternity test?

This is the second generation of fetal paternity testing, which uses a new generation of DNA sequencing technology to sequence and analyze the cell-free DNA fragments (including fetal cell-free DNA) in the peripheral blood of the pregnant mother, from which the genetic information of the fetus is obtained, and then compared with the “father” to confirm the parent-child relationship.

What does a pregnant mother need to provide? Since it is to determine the paternity between the “baby” and the father, it is necessary to provide these two samples. The sample of the “baby” is the venous blood of the pregnant mother, and the “baby” and the mother can share a sample. Dad’s sample, which can be whole blood, pure semen, nails, hair, chewing gum, mouth swab, etc.

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