London, United Kingdom, March 08, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- DNA Diagnostics Centre (DDC), a leading international DNA testing laboratory, recently launched its website in the UK, www.dnacentre.co.uk . The website serves as a useful resource to UK and European residents who require information regarding paternity testing and other DNA testing services.
DDC is recognized worldwide for its excellent service and reliable DNA test results, which are often used to prove biological family ties in immigration cases, to solve paternity disputes, and to simply provide peace of mind where there is uncertainty regarding a family relationship.
DDC's office in London serves as the company's European headquarters. DDC provides DNA testing services to clients worldwide via a network of doctors and laboratories that are trained to perform the DNA sample collection using chain of custody, a documentation process that allows results to be defensible in court.
DDC's laboratory is ISO-certified under the IEC/17025 guidelines for testing laboratories. It is also accredited by the AABB, an internationally recognized accrediting body for relationship testing.
For more information about paternity testing and DNA testing in the UK, please contact DDC at +44 (0) 20 8834 1273.
DNA Diagnostics Center (DDC) is the world's largest provider of private paternity tests. Since 1995, DDC has performed hundreds of thousands of genetic tests for clients round the world. DDC offers comprehensive DNA testing services in several specialty areas: family relationship testing, forensics, and veterinary DNA testing. As the leading force in the private DNA testing industry, DDC was one of the first to adopt robotics technology in its laboratory process for stringent and efficient handling of DNA samples. DDC's unique Dual Process(TM) ensures results of unmatched quality and reliability.
DDC's quality DNA testing services are nationally and internationally recognized by a number of professional accrediting organizations such as the Forensic Quality Services (FQS-I, ISO/IEC-17025), the AABB, the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors - Laboratory Accreditation Board (ASCLD/LAB-International), and the College of American Pathologists (CAP).