Currently the company is licensed in the UK to test on behalf of lawyers in divorce cases to find the real “daddy”, so this appears to be an added service up and coming? Also the company tests animals to find out who the daddy is to ensure pedigree information has not been altered. Teenagers under the jurisdiction next year may find it more difficult to hide drug and alcohol abuse. BD
A NORTH East biotech company is aiming for a major expansion in the New Year by moving to drug and alcohol testing.
Sunderland-based Complement Genomics is currently best known for its Dadcheck DNA paternity testing, which it carries out for legal clients and also customers from the general public.
Biotech company plans move into drug testing - Business News - News - nebusiness.co.uk
Testing for the legal system. Hopefully this will detour some minors from getting involved in drugs and alcohol.ReplyDelete