These are the specialities of the Clinical Department:
1. Laboratory Hematology
- General Hematology
- Flow Cytometry
2. Clinical Immunology
- Autoimmunity Tests
- Allergy Tests
3. Clinical Chemistry
- Biochemistry and Endocrinology
- Drug Monitoring
- Fractionation of Proteins
4. Clinical Microbiology
5. Clinical Microscopy
- Biological Fluids
- CSF – Cerebrospinal Fluid
6. Special Techniques
- Histocompatibility (HLA)
- Clinical Genetics
- Paternity Tests
- Prenatal Screening
Clinical Analysis – Genetic Tests
For further information, please contact AQUALAB.
Necessary documentation to request paternity tests with DNA probes:
- ID photocopies | Passport of the test subjects.
- In the case of an unborn child not yet registered in the Civil Registry Office: photocopy of the statement, mandatorily issued by any maternity in the country, noting that on the date “X”, mother “Y” gave birth to an individual of the M/F sex, child of “Y”.
- If the child is not registered, the mother’s consent is required (in the provided form).
- If the alleged father has assumed the child, the mother’s consent is not required; neither are maternal identity documents (the only required documents are those of the people involved in the DNA testing).
- Two passport-sized photographs of the adults involved in the test; 2 bus pass-like pictures of the child; If you don’t have this type of picture, you must attach a photo of the child where their face is clearly visible — (these pictures must be signed on the back by those involved; the child’s guardian signs for them).