Warnex Launches New Paternity Testing Website
News Jun 27, 2008
Warnex Inc. has announced the launch of its new website www.prodna.ca for its DNA identification tests, including the PRO-DNA™ Paternity Test.
PRO-DNA identification tests offer a clear, unequivocal answer. Using advanced DNA technology and validated procedures, Warnex offers reliable identification tests while using a simple, painless type of sampling procedure that can be performed easily at home.
In addition to the paternity test, Warnex offers DNA tests to determine maternity, twin zygosity, other family relationships, as well as forensic testing and genetic profiling.
"Our DNA tests offer results that are highly reliable and with an accuracy of over 99.95%," said Mark Busgang, President and CEO of Warnex. "Warnex is the leading provider of DNA identification tests in Quebec as well, the Quebec Commission des Services Juridiques and many leading law firms regularly refer clients to us."
In addition to genetic identification testing, Warnex Medical Laboratories offers specialized clinical services to the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries. Testing services include biochemical, microbiological and molecular biology testing in a wide range of clinical specialties, including: endocrinology, haematology, infectious diseases, obstetrics/gynaecology, and oncology.
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