- Just £875.00 for confidential results in 7 working days, or upgrade to results in 4 working days for only an extra £200
- Blood and mouth swab sample collection at our network of Walk in Centres
- 100% safe for your child. There is no risk of miscarriage
- We promise to beat any like-for-like quote
- Award-winning UK laboratory: Queen’s Award for Enterprise
- Trusted by ITV to provide DNA testing to The Jeremy Kyle Show
Non invasive prenatal paternity testing you can trust from only £875.00
Our DNA prenatal paternity test is the UK’s most accurate non-invasive method to determine paternity of the baby before birth.
This advanced procedure incorporates DNA SNP microarray technology by preserving and analysing the baby’s DNA that is found within the mother’s bloodstream.
This is a non invasive DNA prenatal test, which means that there is no risk to the mother or the unborn child when taking this test, unlike an invasive prenatal test in which embryonic fluid is taken directly from the womb using a needle.
What are the steps involved in a non invasive prenatal paternity test?
Obtaining one of our non invasive prenatal paternity tests could not be easier.
- Order your test online by clicking the Order Your Test Here button or call AlphaBiolabs on 0333 600 1300
- One of our sample collectors will visit a place that is convenient to you. Alternatively, you can have your blood sample taken at one of our nationwide Walk in Centres
- Receive your paternity results via email
More detailed information about AlphaBiolabs’ DNA prenatal test can be found on our Learning Centre.
How does the prenatal paternity test work?
What exactly does non invasive mean?
The non invasive paternity test uses a simple blood sample from the mother and therefore does not require a needle to be inserted into the womb.
How accurate is the DNA test?
We provide at least 99.9% probability of paternity where the father is confirmed as being the father.
When is the earliest I can take the prenatal paternity test?
Non invasive prenatal testing can be carried out as early as 6 weeks after conception.