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The more markers tested, the greater the accuracy of the result. In some cases, though, DNA testing stops when they have found an identifying pattern between two samples. This results in a false inclusion as the genetic pattern may be relatively common.
False DNA testing results can be produced by not only lab errors, but also falsification and tampering with the paternity tests.
A new test distinguishes between real and genetic evidence. An Israeli company, called Nucleix, has shown that its possible to DNA evidence at a crime scene, a possibility that has been cited as a concern for those who make their genome sequence public.
A mother could refuse a Peace of Mind paternity test. However, a mother's permission is not needed and the DNA test could still be performed if the father has parental responsibility for the child. Samples can just be analysed from the alleged father and the child. No DNA sample is needed from the mother.
The simple answer is yes, a 'discreet' DNA test is legal if consent has been obtained for any person over the age of 16 whose DNA is being submitted for testing. For a child under the age of 16, only parental consent is required to carry out the test.
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Research shows that it is actually quite rare that a person will cheat on a DNA test. Most clients are genuinely interested in finding out the truth, however in the rare cases where cheating has occurred, the negative results have nearly always been challenged with the guilty party being retested and thus caught out.
Errors Made in the Lab Mistakes and errors in the lab could also corrupt the results of a paternity test. If the samples are contaminated, the results could be inaccurate. The samples could be mixed up, so that the lab is testing the wrong samples. Human error is often the cause of incorrect paternity results.
If the man accused of being the biological father uses the DNA of another man in order to achieve a negative result on the test. If posting DNA to be tested, the samples may be swapped or tampered with intentionally in order to achieve negative results.
Tests that test the DNA shared between a child and a parent can have a low chance of offering a false positive or come back inconclusive. However, when it comes to the modern DNA testing process, the chance of something being wrong or misleadingly inaccurate is less than a 10% chance.
ANSWER: Yes. When doing an at-home test, a possible father may commit paternity fraud by swabbing someone else's cheeks and submitting that man's DNA as if it were his own. This can definitely affect results, since the integrity of the samples has been compromised.

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