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Our Service - Your Advantages

 
  • Competent and comprehensive advice from scientifically trained personnel.
  • Completely painless sampling (cheek swab); no blood collection is necessary with us!
  • High quality thinking: our laboratories for paternity analysis are accredited according to EN ISO 17025.
  • Laboratory recognised by the courts to carry out paternity tests; as one of the few private laboratories in Switzerland, we have the operating licence of the Federal Office of Police fedpol.
  • Cost-effective and fast execution; on average, no more than 7 days elapse between sampling and delivery of the expert opinion.
  • More than 15 years of experience in conducting paternity tests.
  • Tailor-made services (duo case1 = father-child; trio case2 = father-mother-child; twin test etc.).

Our Prices

DNA-Test Costs in CHF
(excl. VAT)
Action
Father-child (duo case) 610.- Order
Father-Mother-Child (trio-case) 850.-  Order
Surcharge for each additional person 250.-  Order
Sampling at Microsynth AG (per sampling date) *70.-  
Follow-up order: Surcharge for further presumed father or follow-up examination of mother in duo case 380.-  Order
Twin test (DNA test to determine whether the twins are monozygotic or dizygotic) 600.-  Order

* If the sample is taken at the physician's, you will receive a separate invoice from the physician for the services to be provided by him.

1
The duo case is a cheaper alternative to the trio case. However, if proven, the paternity probability can be below the legally sufficient value of ≥99.8%. The follow-up examination of the mother (subsequent trio case) leads to the detection limit required by courts. In the duo case, it is mandatory that the mother accompanies the child to the sample collection and is willing, as the legal representative of the child, to give her voluntary consent to the test.
 
2
Ideally, the mother, child and presumed father are analyzed for a paternity test. If the parentage report is to be submitted to the court, a trio test is often necessary. In the case of a positive paternity, the trio test always provides sufficiently high probabilities (≥99.8%) to prove paternity.