Anglia DNA is an independent UK laboratory offering a range of scientific services, specialising in DNA, Drug & Alcohol Testing for both court-directed and private purposes.
We are pleased to announce that we are now part of the IDna Genetics Family, an organisation that is leading the way in genetic analytical laboratory services and research for the plant breeding and seeds industry.
We continue the pioneering work completed over the last 12 years and have developed a reputation for innovation and excellence in scientific services. Our worldwide sample collection network, fast turn-around and efficient customer service ensure value for money, speed of service and total client care.
One of the UK’s leading accredited* laboratories in this field, we are relied upon by many local authorities and law firms throughout the UK to ensure that results meet court deadlines and specifications. Our new team in client services are experts in their field and are ideally placed to serve the needs of our clients.
Anglia DNA provides full case management and routinely handle cases involving clients in multiple countries across the world, just submit your instruction with us and we’ll do the rest.
UKAS Accredited DNA Relationship Testing Laboratory No 2699 to ISO 17025.
Approved by the MOJ to carry out Parentage testing under Section 20 of the Family Law Reform Act 1969
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