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Offering DNA and Toxicology testing services worldwide by mail.
No matter where you live we can help you with your lab testing needs.
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We realize that certified lab testing for DNA and Toxicology are very important services that most of our clients do not deal with on a daily basis and may not quite understand. Toxicology and DNA testing is not customarily offered by doctors or hospitals. We always welcome your Toxicology and DNA testing questions by phone or email. Our testing suggestions and recommendations are provided to you on a FREE, NO OBLIGATION, basis; you decide which testing evaluation best meets your needs.
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Our goal is to help you understand lab testing and its benefits so that you can make an informed testing and purchasing decision while meeting your specific needs. A Chain of Custody or Private Testing form must be submitted with your test sample, your choice, no charge. Links to these forms are shown to the left. When should I submit a Chain of Custody Form with my test sample ? Submitting a Chain of Custody form helps you verify the origin of your test sample. You will be asked to name a witness to your test sample collection plus taking a digital picture or two, one to accompany your test sample and one for your records to be taken while the test sample collection is in progress. The Chain of Custody form helps you generate potential, written, forensic (legal) evidence should you have the need. Keep in mind that you can not generate forensic Chain of Custody later, the time is now. A completed form should accompany your test sample. Collect a test sample and we’ll test your sample according to your requested evaluation. Ship us your sample and we’ll place your sample on the daily (12-14 business day turnaround estimated) schedule or express service (6-7 business day turnaround estimated) schedule. Sample testing is scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Keep in mind that occasionally a test rerun of your test sample may be required to insure our accuracy. You will not be charged for this rerun but additional time will be required. Our lab operates on a M-F schedule being closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. The Carlson Company offers professional laboratory testing services that are E-Z to order from the privacy of your office or home. Scientific tests for hundreds of different substances are available by mail, worldwide. Lab testing might include DNA testing for identity or infidelity, toxicology testing for toxins, poisons, heavy metals, unknowns, plus drugs, polypropylene, mesh implants, and more, we test them all. We also test postmortem autopsy tissue samples. We can test cremains (ashes). We can test exhumed samples e.g. hair. nails, and bones. We offer testing for an almost endless list of special substances and drugs depending on your testing needs including food and drinks. Professional testing services offered by the Carlson Company are certified, credentialed, and court supportable when submitting a completed Chain of Custody form with your test sample. You can create potential forensic evidence (court supportable) for your future use should you have the need. You can get started quickly and easily by downloading the testing form that meets your personal needs. Order Form right here. Of course, we welcome your calls and emails. Our testing protocols and resulting test report can be used for determining infidelity in a relationship or for screening for the presence of drugs frequently used in date rape. The Carlson Company offers postmortem testing for autopsy including blood, hair, organ tissue, or other human remains. We also test and evaluate ashes (cremated remains), for DNA and toxins or poisons. Postmortem testing can be conducted for a variety of personal and legal reasons including your mental closure and peace of mind knowing that you have done all you can referencing exposing the cause of death for the deceased if not resulting from natural causes.