New Delhi, October 24, 2013 — Ever since it was first isolated in 1869, the DNA has proved to be quite useful in shaping the history of mankind. From detecting abnormalities to predicting one’s eye color, the DNA has amused and baffled a lot of scientists, researchers, and even ordinary people.
For an ordinary person, the DNA has a number of uses. Some of these would include ancestry tracing, genetic testing, and even property dispute. When it comes to DNA test in India, one of the most prominent name in the industry is Indian Biosciences.
Located in the heart of New Delhi, Indian Biosciences (representing Genetic Testing Laboratories in India )is recognized all over the world , with centres in every state and metro in India, as one of the foremost authorities when it comes to DNA testing. A professor whose specialization lies in the world of DNA and genetics currently heads the company. The company also boasts of customer-friendly staff as well as customer-oriented processes and procedures, so much so that anyone can make use of their services for a nominal fee any time of the day, any day of the week. The company is also ISO certified so clients and patients can expect some of the highest quality standards in the market.
The services being offered by Indian Biosciences cover Peace of Mind Paternity and Maternity Testing, kinship testing/any relationship testing , legally binding/approved Paternity/maternity Testing, Genetic Predisposition Testing, and Ancestry by DNA testing.
So how does Indian Biosciences conduct DNA testing? You do not have to cringe. Trained technicians would just get a cheek swab from the inside of your mouth. It would then be brought to the lab where it would be introduced to various chemicals that would help break it down to various components. A duplicator would be introduced in order to make numerous copies of the DNA code. With the help of state of the art technology and statistical data, results are generated !
If you want more information about how Indian Biosciences can help you, all you have to do is head to http://www.inbdna.com .
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