Post-mortem Test for biological parency

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515 

This DNA analysis is carried out for the genetic identification of biological remains found in mass graves, comparing the data with those found in the genetic data obtained from available relatives.

Description

This DNA analysis for Post-Mortem Genetic Identification in mass-graves is of interest to archaeology-anthropology entities that work in the recovery of remains and exhumation of grave-sites, as well as for groups of family members of the victims.

The test consists of matching the genetic data obtained from the remains (tooth and bone), with available family members, using the genetic markers suitable for the determination of each of the kinships.

We are accredited by ENAC to perform tooth and bone DNA analysis, in the determination of parentage, and we have extensive experience in performing these analyses in different areas of the national territory.

Our certification is UNE-EN ISO/IEC 17025.

Additional information

Delivery of results:

Normal (10 days), Urgent (5 days)

Additional information

Sample type
Tooth and bone.
Advantages
Accredited by ENAC for DNA analysis of tooth and bone in the determination of parency.
Extensive experience in performing these analyses in different areas of the national territory.

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