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Genetic

genetic

Genetics is the science that studies DNA, a molecule that stores instructions for how living organisms develop and function properly. 

 

DNA is divided into genes, the building blocks that  interact with each other and with the environment to determine individual traits, such as eye color, bone structure, metabolism, and behavior of an organism.

Using techniques such as DNA sequencing, genome studies, and genetic testing, geneticists can determine the underlying causes of genetic diseases, develop new genetic therapies, and better understand human evolutionary history. on earth.

Besides studying genes in human beings, genetics also apply to other organisms such as plants, animals and microorganisms.

 

Functional genetics studies how genes are activated and used in cells, while evolutionary genetics explains how inherited characteristics change over time.

dna test result

DNA test result

 

A DNA test result is a set of detailed information about a person's genes and genetic makeup obtained from a DNA sample.

 

DNA testing can be used to determine information about health, family heritage, kinship, and other genetic characteristics.

 

DNA test results are obtained by analyzing a person's DNA and comparing the DNA segments to known references.

 

The results can be presented in the form of graphs, tables or detailed reports.

dna sample

DNA samples

 

A genetic sample is a fragment of DNA from an individual that is used for genetic analysis.

 

Genetic samples can be taken from different sources, such as hair, saliva, blood, tissue, reproductive cells, etc.

 

Genetic samples are used to study an individual's genes and to determine information about health, parentage, genetic inheritance and other genetic characteristics.

 

The results obtained from a genetic sample can be used for medical diagnoses, family planning, solving kinship questions, etc.

DNA Kit

DNA kit

A DNA kit is a set of products and tools intended to collect and prepare a DNA sample for genetic analysis.

 

DNA kits may include sample tubes, blotters, preservative solutions, detailed sample collection instructions, and other items needed to perform the DNA test.

 

DNA kits are often sold online or in stores and can be used at home or by a professional.

 

DNA kits can be used for family genetic testing, paternity testing, predictive health testing, etc.

 

Users submit their collected DNA sample to a lab for analysis and then receive their DNA test results.

Remote DNA Test

Remote DNA test

 

When participants in a DNA test are geographically distant, it is possible to use remote sample collection methods.

Order DNA kits online or from a DNA testing supplier. Make sure DNA kits can be sent to participants anywhere in the world.

Participants collect their DNA sample following the instructions included in the kit. Samples can be collected from different sources, such as saliva, hair, blood, etc.

DNA test results are sent to participants by email or post

genetic analysis

Genetic analysis

A genetic analysis is a process of examining the DNA of a person, organism or tissue sample to obtain information about their genome, that is, their complete genetic information.

 

Genetic analyzes can be used for many purposes, including: 


-Determination of parentage;

-Diagnosis of genetic diseases;

-Population genetics studies;

-The genetic relationships between animal and plant species...

Blood group

Blood group

 

Blood group is a classification of blood types based on the antigens (proteins or sugars) found on the surface of red blood cells.

 

There are four main blood groups namely A, B, AB and O which are determined by the presence or absence of certain antigens on the red blood cells.

Blood type is determined by genes inherited from our parents. Genes code for antigens on the surface of red blood cells and thus determine our blood group.

 

Antigen A and B genes are passed down from generation to generation and can combine in different ways to produce different blood types.

eye color

Eye color

 

Eye color depends on the quantity and quality of melanin, a pigment produced by special cells called melanocytes, found in the iris, the colored part of the eye.

 

Eye color varies from green to dark brown to gray and blue depending on the amount of melanin present in the iris.

Eye color is determined by genes inherited from our parents. There are several genes involved in the regulation of melanin production. 

 

In general, eye color can be predicted based on family history. For example, if both parents have brown eyes, chances are their children also have brown eyes.

paternity search

Paternity search

Paternity testing is a process of determining the paternity of a child by comparing the genes of the child with those of the man claiming to be the father. This process can be done using a DNA test.

There are a multitude of tests available to determine paternal parentage between family members. 

The choice of test will depend on the biological relationship of the participants and their availability.

Not all tests have the same reliability in terms of the desired results.

maternity search

Maternity search

 

Maternity research is a process of determining the motherhood of a child by comparing the genes of the child with those of a woman claiming to be the mother.

 

This process can be done using a DNA test.

 

There are a multitude of tests available to determine the maternal lineage between family members. 

 

The choice of test will depend on the biological relationship of the participants and their availability.Not all tests have the same reliability in terms of the desired results.

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