Choosing the right test is easy – thanks to the availability of our customer service team, conveniently reachable by telephone, email and live chat, you can enjoy a hassle-free experience. At EasyDNA, we understand that when doing a DNA test, you need peace of mind and total assurance of the results you receive. With over ten years of experience, carrying out your test with us means you can have that peace of mind, knowing that your samples are being handled in a fully accredited ISO 17025 laboratory, by highly qualified scientists.We keep our costs low and standards high. Our paternity test in Manchester starts from just £119 with results in only 3-5 working days.

Areas in Manchester we service

EasyDNA provides DNA testing in Manchester City, the metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester. For your total convenience, we will organize your entire test, including kit dispatch to your chosen address, sample analysis and results. EasyDNA can get your test done in any of the ten metropolitan boroughs: Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan, and the cities of Manchester and Salford. Once you confirm your test, we will process your payment and send out your kit.

Kits will be sent by Royal Mail and will reach you in around 2 working days. Kits contain a number of mouth swabs per person, instructions, consent forms and a pre-addressed envelope to return your samples for testing. Anyone can collect their DNA by following a few simple, elementary steps that include rubbing the mouth swabs inside the mouth, under the tongue and against the cheeks. Once done, the swabs need to be left to dry and sent off for testing. The rest is in our hands. Your DNA test results will be ready in just a few working days, depending on the type of test.

Not all test participants based in Manchester?

Where ever you are based, we can organize your test. EasyDNA can offer DNA testing in Manchester even if test participants are not all based in Manchester. In fact, if, for example, you are carrying out a paternity test, and the alleged father lives in another part of the UK, and the child lives in Manchester, we can coordinate the whole test for you by sending kits to different locations. Once samples are received at the laboratory, testing will start.

We take care of our customers

Our clients mean a lot to us and we strive always to go beyond your expectations in terms of the level of service we offer from start to finish. EasyDNA has provided its services to thousands of individuals in all cities in the UK including Manchester. Our customer support team is fully trained to listen to your query and help you solve it with the DNA test that is most suited to your specific case. We can find solutions and answers to all your relationship questions fast and efficiently. For two years running we have been awarded a customer service award by a leading medical search engine,

DNA Testing in Manchester and The Human Tissue Act

The Human Tissue Act is a legal, regulatory frame work that applies to the whole of the United Kingdom. Should you be thinking of carrying out a DNA test in Manchester or anywhere in the UK, you need to be aware that the HTA regulates how DNA samples are used in these types of tests. To explain the law in brief and keeping to layman’s terms, every person who submits a sample for a DNA test is required, under the Human Tissue Act, to give consent by signing for their DNA sample on the appropriate forms (these forms are provided by the paternity testing company). Moreover, it is important that the person from whom the sample has been collected understands exactly how their sample will be used, stored and how the results of the analysis will be used. Any tissue containing human DNA will need consent for testing: these include, bones, blood, breast milk, bone marrow, hair, bile, nail clippings and many more.


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