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What is an Aunt Uncle DNA Testing?

An Aunt Uncle DNA Test, or Avuncular DNA testing is used to establish paternity when the father is not available for testing. An avuncular test will determine if a sibling (a full blood brother or sister) of the father in question is related to a child, and thus prove paternity.

Siblings share roughly 50% of their DNA and a niece or nephew would share approximately 25% of their DNA with their aunt or uncle. So, the report generated by an avuncular DNA test will indicate the probability of relation. We always include the mother in the testing process, especially when testing for legal reasons. Using her genetic DNA markers we can provide the most precise and accurate report. The lab cannot perform this test if the aunt / uncle is NOT a full sibling to the alleged father in question.

Our testing facility is ISO 18385:2016, ISO9001:2015, and ISO/IEC 17025 certified company that employs state-of-the-art Autosomal and X Markers kit, ensuring 100% accuracy and 99.99 % probability of maternity


  • Legal Disputes: Over inheritance or legal rights, testing can provide conclusive evidence of familial relationships.
  • Adoption: Individuals who were adopted may seek uncle-aunt DNA testing to identify and connect with biological relatives.
  • Family Reunification: In instances where family members have been separated due to various circumstances, such as war or migration, uncle-aunt DNA testing can help reunite them.
  • Estate Claims: When there are questions about an individual’s eligibility for a share of an estate, uncle-aunt DNA testing can be used to establish familial ties and determine rightful beneficiaries.
DISCLAIMER: This test result may not be defendable in a court of law for the establishment of paternity/relationship and other legally related issues because the samples used for the peace of mind test are not collected under a strict chain of custody or on an honourable court’s order by a third neutral party, and the Laboratory is unable to verify the origin of the samples. The names of the testing parties that may be listed in this report were submitted by the customer and are not independently verified. For inaccurate or misspelt patient information, the laboratory disclaims any liability.

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