DNA Sibling Test

DNA sibiling testing compares the genetic material (DNA) of one person to that of another person to determine the likelihood that they are related biologically as siblings. In most cases, sibling tests are performed to determine paternity—whether or not the two individuals have the same biological father.

What does a sibling DNA test show?
This type of test establishes the amount of common DNA between the people tested. A sibling test determines whether the individuals tested share one common parent, both common parents or have neither their mother or father in common. It is a test that relies on a statistical probability.
 Can DNA test be different for siblings?
Yes, it is definitely possible for two siblings to get pretty different ancestry results from a DNA test. Even when they share the same parents. DNA isn't passed down from generation to generation in a single block. Not every child gets the same 50% of mom's DNA and 50% of dad's DNA.

DNASibling | 150 GBP