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DDC's European Office Renews UK Certification

Jul 12, 2011 | Blog


 
DDC is not only the leading laboratory for private paternity DNA tests in the United States—DDC also provides the same accessible and reliable services worldwide. Recently, DDC has successfully completed the annual review by the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Justice, a rigorous inspection that only a few U.S. laboratories have achieved.
Our London DNA testing office has been serving as DDC’s European offices since 2006. DDC has performed DNA testing internationally for over a decade, providing paternity and family relationship testing as well as immigration DNA tests.
Aside from accreditation by the UK Ministry of Justice, DDC also holds certifications from ACLASS (ISO/IEC 17025) and ASCLD/LAB-International, which attests to the worldwide recognition of DDC’s quality testing services.
For more information about DDC, visit our website at www.dnacenter.com.

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