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Department of Biology, Serology and Toxicology division of our Laboratory deals with cases pertaining the detection of biological fluids (blood, semen, saliva, urine, etc.) and poisons commonly, drugs retrieve from scene crime, or involving initiation of a crime. These divisions work principally on the fundamentals of biology and chemistry to the legal investigations some more important examination are species determination from Blood, Blood Detection, Blood Examination, Semen examination, Urine, Saliva, Stool, Alcohol, toxins, drugs, toxic ingredients and DNA fingerprinting and analysis. DNA fingerprinting is the innovative and patent technique that used by forensic doctors/scientist to assist in determine individuals respective DNA profile for biological identifier for paternity/maternity. Forensic toxicology is the branch of forensic biology and medicine associate with study of poison, toxics, drugs, pharmaceutical, pathology and alcohol and their identification Reports not available for: Ink Age, Paper Age, Age of Writing, Voice Matching etc... You can submit your case either by email ( or by visiting our lab, SIFS INDIA Pvt Ltd. If there is a need to do the photography of the document which are present in the court then our expert will visit to the court for the photography. After that the further process of making the report will continue. We also get the cases directly from the Court.

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    Forensic DNA Test

    Our organisation provide the services in DNA Testing to resolve the cases that raise a question on the paternity and the maternity of the child plays an important role in the process of immigration test as well as in the detection of the gender of dead body remains. Peace of Mind Test DNA Paternity Test DNA Maternity Test For Immigration Genetic Predisposition Test Court Approved Test Ancestry by DNA Test DNA extraction from blood, saliva, bones etc. DNA analysis for paternity disputes

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