Siblingship

Siblingship

Siblingship is an indirect way to determine if two children share one or both parents. This DNA test is most commonly used when an alleged father is not in the picture, or not available,  for a paternity test. If the test results show matching genes, then they are in fact siblings. Tests where both parents are available will generate the most accurate results, however, it is still possible to administer a test without some DNA samples. AccuDNA has the capabilities of testing several siblings to determine their family relationship. 
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