Home Paternity Test
Are you the father? Why not get the answers you need today with a home paternity test? Our paternity test is accurate, confidential and easy to carry out. Your results will be ready in just 5-7 working days. Our test uses comprehensive genetic markers to ensure 99.99% accuracy and assurance.Order Now More Info
Siblings DNA Test
Legal Paternity Test
Celiac Disease Genetic Testing
Celiac disease genetic testing can accurately confirm whether you have a genetic predisposition to celiac disease. Around 83% of celiac diseases suffers go undiagnosed. Could you be one of them? Celiac disease is a serious genetic autoimmune disorder and could lead to long-term complications that could adversely affect your life.Order Now More Info
Immigration DNA Test
Infidelity DNA Testing
Cheating is no longer about guess work. Our infidelity DNA test is ideal to help provide a good indication of whether or not cheating has taken place. Clients can send in a variety of different samples which have roused their suspicions. An infidelity test can be carried out using a range of DNA samples including nail clippings and hairs. Once the DNA samples are at our laboratory, you will receive your comprehensive DNA analysis report in 10 working days.Order Now More Info
Lactose Intolerance DNA Test
Experience discomfort when eating dairy products? Do you feel bloated or get indigestion after consuming foods such as milk or cheese? If the answer to these questions is Yes, then you may need a lactose intolerance test. A lactose intolerance test will establish whether you carry certain a gene mutation which makes you unable to produce the enzyme which helps digest lactose.Order Now More Info
Aunt & Uncle Test
‘Karmagenes’ Personality DNA Test
Unlocking the secrets behind what makes you unique starts with a simple saliva DNA sample! Do you like to play it safe or are you more of a risk taker? Are you a Planner or are you more Spontaneous? Learn about how your genetics affects your behaviours from stress management to Sociability. Karmagenes knows you better than you know yourself!Order Now More Info
Y Chromosome Test
Genetic Testing Laboratories offer a full range of forensic testing services. Below are the most common samples we test and the list includes the success rate, price as well as packaging information for each sample. Please note these prices are an add-on to the test you order.More Info
Baby Gender Testing
Expecting? Will it be a boy or a girl? Find out with our baby gender test. EasyDNA offers an avant-garde and highly scientific baby gender prediction DNA test that can be done at 8 weeks post conception or 10 weeks of pregnancy. Our test is performed in an accredited laboratory using a blood sample and offers an accuracy of 98%.Order Now More Info
Are you ready to take the next step towards a healthier, fitter you? NutriPlan utilises cutting edge Next Generation Sequencing Technology coupled with leading bioinformatics and modern scientific research. This extensive test comprises 35 different analyses and instead of just analysing a couple, NutriPlan assesses over 110 genetic variations, setting us apart from many other tests on the MarketOrder Now More Info
Are you ready to take the next step towards a healthier, fitter you? Nutrifit utilises cutting edge Next Generation Sequencing Technology coupled with leading bioinformatics and modern scientific research. This extensive test comprises 35 different analyses and instead of just analysing a couple, NutriFit assesses over 110 genetic variations, setting us apart from many other tests on the MarketOrder Now More Info
NutriFit Premium (NutriSport)
This DNA test will assist you with the help you need to tune your lifestyle with your genes in common areas of your nutrition requirements, sports, natural rejuvenation and health. So Are you ready to take the next step towards a healthier, fitter you? Nutrifit utilizes cutting edge Next Generation Sequencing Technology coupled with leading bioinformatics and modern scientific research.Order Now More Info
Semen Detection Testing
Ancestral Origins Test
Have you ever wanted to discover your very own geogenetic links, your true ancestral heritage? You might have an idea of your recent ancestors but you can only discover your ancient, deep ancestral origins with an ancestry DNA test. Results ready in 3 weeks from receipt of samples.
DNA Ancestry Testing Services
Ancestry DNA testing is the most scientific method available of getting to know your own family history. At EasyDNA we have the sophisticated and user friendly Ancestral Origins™ DNA genealogy test to help you discover your roots. The price includes your personalised detailed results along with your high resolution map and all will be ready in 3 weeks.
Our DNA ancestry test takes your DNA profile and compares it to hundreds of global populations and fourteen anthropological regions, whose combined genetic information is not only known but is studied and validated by the scientific community. Your genetic information is then linked with those populations and areas, after which the results are put on a high resolution map which clearly defines your very own geogenetic heritage, not only from a regional and geographical view, but also from a per-population view. All we need is an oral swab sample to help you unravel your ancient geogenetic origins.
Click here to read A Beginner’s Guide to DNA Ancestry Testing which compares the different types of ancestry DNA tests we offer.
Once the Ancestral Origins DNA ancestry map is ordered, all DNA testing has the added advantage of renowned experience at one of the world’s leading DNA testing laboratories. The map is actually portioned into three major sections which are: Population Matches, Native Region Matches and Strength Indicators – let’s look into these three sections.
Click on the image below to see an enlarged image of the DNA Ancestry map:
Click HERE to see an example of the Ancestral Origins™ Report.
Your DNA is independently measured against every population in our database, highlighting just how well your profile corresponds with that of other profiles we have in our system. On the population match map, every population has a shape and colour, informing you which anthropological area the population belongs to and tracing respective migration patterns. Green is the strongest match; yellow shows an intermediate match and red means no match or a very weak match. Three special anthropological areas are also indicated, these are groups of scattered populations. Scattered populations refer to small groups of people spread or sparsely peppered over a big area rather than being clustered or grouped together in larger populations.
Native region matches
Here we manage a completely new set of calculations and keep away from all ‘scattered population’ areas, finding out which anthropological native area you have the strongest links with – green being the strongest match, other matches are shown in yellow. In this section of your ancestral genetic analysis lie your deep roots.
In your matched regions, the graph shows the collective strength of populations and the strength of each region in comparison to each other. In this way you not only find out just how strong individual populations are compared to the population match map. There is also a second strength indicator which looks at your native region matches, on a smaller scale, showing how every native region compares with other native regions that have also been matched.
Ancestral origins upgrade: take your test a step further
For an additional fee you can find out even more about your ancestry. If you opt for this upgrade, you will have a pie graph certificate and a report which will elaborate your ancestral roots even further, with a genetic breakdown by percent. The list of population databases will indicate the closest matches to your unique DNA profile within each region. Click below to see the added report and pie chart.
We offer a professional telephone interpretation once you receive your Ancestral Origins™ DNA Ancestry map and report. Consultation sessions are up to 15 minutes in length and are provided by telephone only. If ordered at the same time as submitting your samples for testing, the advanced purchase price per consultation session is only $85.00. This service can be purchased after you receive your map. Consultation sessions may not be recorded or reproduced without the expressed written consent of EasyDNA.
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Every Ancestral Origins™ DNA Ancestry Map from EasyDNA is printed on photographic-quality five-dye printing process beautifully put onto glossy paper measuring 17 x 10.6 inches.
It goes without saying that the prints are well worth framing for full viewing at home. Every map is custom made and will have ‘Exclusively prepared for …..’ with your name also printed.
For those of you out there who are taking a keen interest in genealogy, searching your lineage and family history can be achieved using the ancestry test.
You can actually see a sample of the Ancestral Origins DNA Ancestry Report. Click here
Where do we get our information from?
- Our highly advanced partner DNA testing laboratories that have advanced DNA typing capabilities.
- Important and highly respected academic journals in the scientific field such as the Journal of Forensic Sciences (published by the American Academy of Forensic Sciences)
- Our FoGG DB™ ancestral DNA profile database ; a vast database of information which gives us the most comprehensive and broad access to invaluable geographical and anthropological information about ancestral clans.
Prenatal Paternity Test
EasyDNA offers you the possibility of generating your own unique genetic DNA profile. Every individual has a unique genetic make-up and therefore can be identified through their profile. EasyDNA will analyse 21 genetic markers and provide you with a report that can be used to identify you uniquely. DNA Profiling can therefore be used for a wide variety of purposes.Order Now More Info
A DNA maternity test is used to determine a biological relationship between an alleged mother and a child. The test works in the exact same way as the DNA paternity test and the results guarantee minimum probabilities in excess of 99.99%+ for inclusion of maternity, and 100% for exclusion.Order Now More Info
Children’s DNA Discovery
EasyDNA offers the latest genetic research related to your child’s physical and behavioural tendencies. Find out how your child’s genes influence who they are and what they can be with this affordable DNA test kit. Get your results in 6 to 8 weeks. Gain valuable, scientific information about everything from cognitive abilities to your kid’s physical attributes.Order Now More Info
Genetic Predisposition Test
We offer Genetic Predisposition DNA Test for Health and Disease. It is an innovative test which allows you to discover whether you are genetically predisposed towards developing a number of diseases and medical conditions. With this test we can help you and your family to live longer and healthier life. What are you waiting for? Act now before it’s too late. Invest in your health. Hurry and call us now!Order Now More Info
Twins DNA Test
‘Prenatal Peace’ – Non-Invasive Prenatal Genetic Screening Test
EasyDNA can now offer the most comprehensive non-invasive prenatal genetic screening test available – Our ‘Prenatal Peace’ (also called NIFTY™) test is a 100% safe test that screens for Down’s syndrome and 17 other genetic conditions. Starting at just 10 weeks of pregnancy and using only a maternal blood sample, this test can provide more accurate results compared to traditional screening methods. This test also includes Gender Determination upon request for no extra charge.Order Now More Info
Inherited Cancer Panel
Our Inherited Cancer Panel specifically looks for inherited gene mutations in over 130 different genes associated with a wide range of hereditary cancers (including BRCA1, BRCA2 & PALB2). This screening test can be used to identify gene mutations responsible for hereditary cancers and to clarify the genetic risk for individuals with a family history of these hereditary cancers. It is a powerful tool that can help you reduce your risks or undertake measures that will help you detect hereditary cancers as early as possible.More Info
Targeted Sequencing Panel 19- TSP19™
TSP19™ is a Targeted Sequencing Panel covering 19 genes involved in myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) and acute myeloid leukaemia (AML).More Info
BRCA1 & BRCA2 Genetic Screening
This specialized panel includes analysis of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes. BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutations can increase your risk of breast and ovarian cancer and are implicated in a high number of breast cancer cases.More Info
Tumour Mutational Burden
Our tumour mutational load assay has been designed in response to the need to determine if treatment utilising immune checkpoint inhibitors are likely to be of benefit in your particular clinical circumstances.More Info
The assay covers 26 genes associated with soft tissue sarcomas: ALK, CAMTA1, CCNB3, CIC, EPC, EWSR1, FKHR, FUS, GLI1, HMGA2, JAZF1, MEAF6, MKL2, NCOA2, NTRK3, PDGFB, PLAG1, ROS1, SS18, STAT6, TAF15, TCF12, TFE3, TFG, USP6 and YWHAE.More Info
Circulating Cell-free tumour DNA (cfDNA)
The quest to identify a relatively non-invasive, patient-friendly, effective cancer biomarker has continued and a solution to previous problems has now been found with the development of new technologies and techniques including sequencing technologies, massive parallel sequencing and highly sensitive quantitative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing.More Info
Oncomine Comprehensive Targeted Sequencing of DNA and RNA in Cancer
As an ongoing commitment to patient care, EasyDNA has added additional comprehensive multigene panels for cancer analysis to its diagnostic next generation sequencing molecular testing range of assays. EasyDNA has associated NATA accredited laboratories in Australia to provide this comprehensive cancer analysis assay covering both DNA mutations and RNA fusion genes.More Info
Whole Exome Sequencing in Cancer
Testing of the protein coding region of the genome (exome) covering more than 19,000 genes can be performed from FFPE cancer samples. For inherited diseases a blood sample would be required.More Info
Pharmacogenomics (PGx) is the analysis of how genes affect a person’s response to drugs. This relatively new field combines pharmacology (the science of drugs) and genomics (the study of genes and their functions) to develop effective, safe medications and doses that will be tailored to a person’s genetic make-up. PGx is able to provide information about a patient’s genetic likelihood to respond to a given medication or risk of an adverse drug response (ADR).More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Lupus
Lupus is a life-long, autoimmune disorder that causes the body’s immune system to become hyperactive and attack normal body tissues. It can damage the internal organs and affect all body systems in the long run.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Graves’ Disease
Graves’ disease is an autoimmune disorder of the thyroid gland that triggers overproduction of thyroid hormones. It is more common in women and usually begins after age 20. The thyroid gland releases thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3), the hormones which control body metabolism. Balanced metabolism is critical for regulating mood, weight, and mental and physical energy levels.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Celiac Disease
Celiac disease, also referred to as CD in short, is a lifelong autoimmune condition which directly affects the small intestine, a part of the gastrointestinal tract that accounts for 90% of all food absorption. Due to the fact that Celiac disease affects the digestive system, mainly the small intestine.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis (or MS) is a chronic, often debilitating disease that strikes the central nervous system (CNS), which is made up of the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. It is an inflammatory disease wherein the fatty myelin sheaths covering the axons of the brain and spinal cord are damaged.More Info
Genetic Predisposition DNA Test for Psoriasis
Psoriasis arises when the immune system erroneously identifies a normal skin cell as a pathogen, and communicates incorrect signals that lead to overproduction of new skin cells. It is a recurring, chronic, non-contagious condition of the skin characterised by red skin with silvery scales and itchy, dry red patches called plaques that are sometimes painful.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Atrial Fibrillation
Atrial Fibrillation occurs when the two upper chambers of the heart start beating with an abnormal rhythm. This occurs as a result of an abnormality in the electrical impulses that regulate heartbeat.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Aneurysm
Aneurysm is a localized balloon-like protrusion in the wall of a blood vessel. Aneurysms usually develop in arteries at the base of the brain (the circle of Willis) and an aortic aneurysm develops in the main artery that carries blood from the left ventricle of the heart. Venous aneurysms also happen but arterial aneurysms are much more common.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for CHD
Coronary Heart Disease (CHD), also called coronary artery disease occurs when plaque accumulates in the arteries that supply blood to heart muscle, called coronary arteries.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for VTE
Venous thrombo-embolism (VTE) is a condition whereby blood clots form in the blood, these then travel through the blood veins. If a blood clot forms which is large enough it can block the supply of blood to important organs.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Test for Macular Degeneration
Overview of Macular degeneration: Age related macular degeneration (AMD) is an age-dependent cause of legal blindness (visual acuity of 20/200 or worse) and one of the highly reported cases across the world. Management of AMD is a challenge as it is considered as non-curable; however few clinical cases can be treated with laser-photocoagulation. As the overall life-expectancy of the world increases, so does the prevalence of AMD.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Alzheimer’s Disease
Alzheimer’s disease is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that causes deterioration of cognitive functioning, such as thinking and memory skills, to an extent that it interferes in a person’s ability to function in every day life. Alzheimer’s disease appears most commonly in people over 60 years of age. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia found in old age.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Obesity
Obesity is defined as a medical condition in which excess fat has accumulated in the body to the extent that it constitutes a risk to a person’s health. A person is considered to be obese if he or she has a bodyweight that is at least 20% higher than it should be.More Info
Migraines: Do you Have a High Genetic Risk?
Migraines are non specific pains in the head that are often difficult to diagnose. People often confuse migraines and headaches because the two are both essentially pains in the head. A migraine is in fact a headache, but it is a very intense headache; we can thus say that somebody who has a migraine does in fact have a type of headache.More Info
Type 1 Diabetes – is it genetic?
Type 1 Diabetes is known by many other names; the most common ones include juvenile diabetes, insulin dependent diabetes and Diabetes Mellitus Type 1. It is one of the autoimmune diseases in which the beta cells of the pancreas, which create an important hormone (called insulin), are destroyed and consequently the pancreas produce little or no insulin at all. The result is that with not enough insulin in the body, the glucose fails to get absorbed in the cells for energy and the blood sugar level rises.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Type 2 Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes, and occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin, or the body is not able to metabolise the insulin properly, a process called insulin resistance. Insulin is the hormone responsible for regulating glucose levels in the blood. This will lead to elevated levels of insulin in the blood. Type 2 diabetes tends to develop slowly, and a person may be unaware that he or she has type 2 diabetes.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Colorectal Cancer
Colorectal cancer is general term which refers to cancer of the large intestine, and which includes both colon cancer, which is a cancer which forms in the colon, the longest part of the large intestine, as well as rectal cancer which is cancer of the rectum last several inches of the colon closest to the anus.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Bladder Cancer
Bladder cancer is a malignancy which arises from epithelial lining of the urinary bladder. It is so severe in the sense that these abnormal cells increase in number uncontrollably in the bladder.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Breast Cancer
Breast cancer occurs when cells in the breast start reproducing abnormally to form a malignant tumour. Breast cancer most often begins in the cells of the lobules, which are the glands that produce milk, or the ducts, the passages through which milk passes from the lobules to the nipple.More Info
Newborn Genetic Test with NOVA™
Postnatal Peace is proud to be able to offer Nova™.
Nova™ is a newborn screening test that determines a baby’s risk for 50 inherited disorders, as well as providing personalised genetic information on the metabolism of 20 drugs. Nova™ utilises Next Generation sequencing technology, coupled with the leading genetics bioinformatics software. Postnatal peace is able to offer the most comprehensive and accurate newborn screening test that is over 99.99% accurate.Order Now More Info
Inherited Diseases Panel
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Gastric Cancer
Gastric cancer is a cancer of the stomach. Cancer occurs when cells in a particular area of the body start reproducing abnormally and invade the surrounding body tissue. Stomach cancers tend to develop slowly over many years, and starts off from pre-cancerous changes which often occur in the cells of the lining of the stomach. These early changes rarely cause symptoms and therefore often go undetected.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Lung Cancer
Lung cancer is results from an uncontrolled division and proliferation of cells that eventually forms a mass known as a tumour in the lungs. Lung cancer is the most common cause of death due to cancer in both men and women throughout the world.More Info
Genetic Predisposition Testing for Prostate Cancer
The prostate gland is part of the male reproductive system and its role is to produce an important buffering constituent of semen. A buffer is a chemical that balances out the PH, neutralizing the acidity caused by urine passage in the tracts – this acidity would kill the sperm cells.More Info
Twins DNA Test
Targeted Sequencing Panel 50 – TSP50™
TSP50™ is a Targeted Sequencing Panel covering 50 genes involved in cancer. This panel is ideal for patients diagnosed with ovarian cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer and bladder cancer, providing analysis of genes that may offer suitable drug targets.More Info