Paternity tests: mine or his?

Fathers, who may not be at all, and children who are looking for their producers: the demand for paternity tests is great in Austria – and sometimes comes from abroad.

Paternity tests: mine or his?
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    Susanne Haas has already brought many men to tears. The Viennese biologist sits in her laboratory in middle of noble green of 19th district. Here come people who doubt and those who are desperate. For 15 years, Haas has tested gene samples for potential relatives. It is often children who want to know wher man who raised m is also ir biological far. Even more often, says Susanne Haas, but fars mselves, who sought safety.

    About seven percent of population is supposed to be cuckoo children, say estimates. Fars and children are all about identities that can suddenly fall into mselves. But it is also very pragmatic about maintenance issues. Both allow market to grow for search for biological roots.

    "Molecular biology is not witchcraft" stands on a sign in entrance area of laboratory of Susanne Haas, constantly ringing phone. At 600 paternity tests, your company named confidence is doing DNA analysis annually. The process, which costs 380 euros, replicates DNA samples and creates gene profiles in a complex process that eir exclude biological parenthood or confirm it to 99.9 percent.

    For this, saliva samples are usually taken. In gene lab, however, re are also forks and used chewing gum lumps, razors, stamps, pacifiers and a pink ladies ' slip with sperm traces that may not be from husband.

    At 25 percent of samples Haas analyses, birth certificate is a far who is not physical. Those who come here already have doubts, so proportion of cuckoo children in gene lab is probably higher than in general average. Clear investigations and statistics on number of more or less consciously under-pushed offspring are not available: A Belgian study came up a few years ago to one to two percent, ors speak of up to twenty percent, most experts agree on Industrialized countries like Austria to a rate of seven percent.

    In year 2003 Susanne Haas was still alone with her business idea, meanwhile in Austria re are a total of three comparable laboratories specializing in question of paternity. In addition re are numerous providers on Internet, where number of gene markers studied and thus reliability are very different.

    For six years it has been rumbling in Döbling laboratory even more than before: in cooperation with a Chinese company Susanne Haas also offers prenatal paternity tests. Next generation sequencing is magic method of examining blood of mor, which is transferred to baby's DNA from seventh week of pregnancy. In this method, it is almost always pregnant women mselves who want to know who far might be.

    In or countries, mor must agree to a paternity test this article comes from Time No. 24/2018. Here you can read entire output.

    Two, three times a day, Susanne Haas has to take back in her Viennese dialect and give information by telephone in High German. In Germany, such genetic tests are strictly prohibited before birth. Only if a rape is possible behind pregnancy, German law allows a prenatal examination, which, however, must be carried out by a doctor. In Austria, however, Genetic Engineering Act, which has been in force since 1995, only provides for approval of mor.

    The legal situation also differs in case of classical far-child tests: In this country, men who are married to child's mor or who carry common child custody can also have ir own opinions created. In many parts of Europe, however, a clandestine analysis is punishable. If child is a minor, DNA laboratories in Germany and Switzerland may only carry out analyses with maternal consent. Dubious fars from or countries refore like to bring samples to Austria.

    Date Of Update: 11 June 2018, 12:02

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