CATEGORY At 90% or more of probability of having an adequate sample
- Bone marrow – Fresh (taken within 30 days) or frozen – no marrow in slides / slices or paraffin
- Blood or Filtered Paper – also known as Whatman, Matrix or Parchment; less than 60 days old
- Semen – frozen flask (semen bank) or fresh swab; Semen in cloth listed in B: Condom / condom listed in C
CATEGORY B 60-90% of obtaining an adequate sample
- Blood stain on fabric – includes bandage, gauze, or napkin (Kleenex) or napkins
- Finger nails / nail clippings – 5-10 cutouts
- Diabetic test strips – 5-6 strips are needed
- Tissue (muscles, organs); Non-embalmed – depends on age and storage condition
- Ear Swab or Cotonete
- Deceased Fetus – mother’s sample is required; the success of the sample increases with the age of the fetus (it is possible to detect only maternal DNA)
- Semen stain on fabric – the area must be indicated on the fabric; including bandages, gauze and napkins; condom look at category C.
- Umbilical cord – dry, there must be a sample from the mother to be examined.
CATEGORY C 60% or less of having an adequate sample
- Root hair – make sure the root is present (7-10 strands) – fallen or cut does not work.
- Shaving machine (electric or disposable) – sends the whole razor or disposable razor, the debris can be sent in paper envelope.
- Cigarette butt – depends on the type / brand.
- Chewing gum – preferably sugar-free / sugar-free.
- Mucosa – in napkin or paper towel.
- Condom – depends on the condition of the storage / sponge or cotton / cotton swab inside the condom.
- Tissue sample; embedded in paraffin – block or slides
- Soda can / glass cup / plastic container or container – scrub well with the cotton swab or send the item with the area clearly marked.
- Tampon / feminine towel
- Sorbet, cigarette, straw, straw to drink.
- Lapel envelope – depends on the age of the envelope and how it is sealed.
- Tissue (muscles, organs); Embalmed – deceased that has been embalmed; Formalin / formaldehyde tissue is not accepted.