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Peace of Mind Twin Zygosity DNA Test Kit

The Twin Zygosity DNA test establishes whether applicants are identical twins, fraternal twins or siblings. The price of this DNA test, which is about £139 includes two individuals but you may add more if required at extra cost. Parental DNA samples may also be included. If parental DNA samples are provided, paternity and/or maternity can also be determined. This type of sibling test compares whether the twins tested are monozygotic or dizygotic by comparing the DNA profiles. Identical twins (monozygotic twins) will have the same genetic blue print and non identical twins (dizygotic twins) will have different genetic blue prints. Results are 99.99% accurate.

Peace of Mind Twin Zygosity DNA Testing Kit

Our Twin Zygosity DNA test laboratory processing cost is £110 and includes DNA testing of two applicants. See the information box below for full details. Additional children or a known parent may be tested at an extra cost of £70 each.

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Our Twin Zygosity DNA Test Includes:

  • Discreet packaging marked ‘Private & Confidential’

  • DNA testing of two alleged twins

  • Our Premium Quality Twin Zygosity Test using 16 genetic markers

  • Confidential DNA test results in 5-7 working days
  • We can only guarantee standard result turnaround time when testing takes place solely using oral swab samples. Using a discreet sample for your test may lead to an increase in turnaround time.

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Step 1: Choose Your DNA Test

Informational DNA Test
A 2-person peace of mind twin zygosity test. The cost of the service includes two alleged twins or siblings. You may add more as needed, for example a third child or known parent.

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Step 2: Check Shipping Information

Please take a minute to read the important information below:

All home DNA testing kits are sent in plain, discrete packaging marked ‘Private & Confidential’. There is no return address, no company name and nothing to show what is inside.

For home DNA test kit orders within the United Kingdom:

You will be asked to select how you would like your DNA testing kit sent to you.

Royal Mail 1st class should take 1 working day to reach you but is not guaranteed and may take longer. 

Recorded Delivery 1st class should take 1 working day to reach you and requires a signature on delivery. We will be able to provide a tracking number if required. Please note that Recorded Delivery is not guaranteed and may take longer to reach you.

Special Delivery is guaranteed for delivery before 1pm the following working day but is not guaranteed for delivery on a Saturday. We will be able to provide a tracking number if required.

If you would like your order sent by a courier service, please email us or call one of our Customer Service Advisors for a quote on 0333 300 3130.

For home DNA kit orders outside the United Kingdom:

You will be asked to select how you would like your DNA testing kit sent to you.

Royal Mail Airmail should take three days to Western Europe, four days to Eastern Europe and five days for the rest of the world.

Airsure mail receives priority handling in the UK and abroad, making it faster than the normal Airmail times. However, it is not a guaranteed courier service.

If you would like your order sent by Federal Express or another courier service, please email us or call one of our Customer Service Advisors for a quote on 0333 300 3130.

When home DNA test kits are shipped:

All orders received by 4pm GMT Monday to Friday will be dispatched the same day. GTL do not dispatch or receive DNA kits at weekends or on public holidays.

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Step 3: Complete Guide to DNA Testing

Check our complete guide to DNA testing, paternity test and genetic testing services, fees and refund policy.

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Step 4: Additional DNA Testing and Sampling

Information about how DNA samples are collected, the differences between legal DNA testing and informational (peace of mind) DNA tests, buccal mouth swab samples versus "pin-prick" blood sample collection and more is available here.

Find out more about what is required with legal paternity testing, court ordered DNA tests, CSA DNA test and immigration DNA testing.

We understand that finding the answer is very important. Discover the benefits of our paternity test and DNA testing.

Release of DNA Test Results

DNA test results will be available 5 working days after we receive the DNA samples, completed registration form and payment of the laboratory processing fee

Peace of mind DNA results are also available by telephone, email or post for an additional administration fee, currently £5 for telephone, £10 for email and £15 for first class post.

Other Sources of DNA

Should you find you are unable to provide a mouth swab sample, or do not wish to concern or upset your child by collecting a DNA sample in this way, we are able to extract DNA from a variety of other sources at additional cost. These alternate sources include hair, nail clippings, chewing gum, cigarette butts and clothing. Please click here for full details of other DNA sources we can work with, prices and success rates.

Please do not hesitate to call one of our Customer Service Advisors on 0333 300 3130 or email us for more information.

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Review a complete guide to our services, fees and refund policies.

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Consent is required from each person being tested before a sample can be taken. In the case if minors, individuals suffering from a mental disorder or those who are not in a position to give their own consent, a legal guardian or a person having parental responsibility for the individual must consent. Under the Human Tissue Act it is a criminal offense to take a sample from someone to test their DNA without their consent, except for medical purposes and lawful investigative purposes, for example a criminal investigation. Click here to view Department of Health Human Tissue Act 2004 information.
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