DNA and the HORSE

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Wall Street Detectives announcesd they now obtain horse DNA from its own saliva, making the EDNA test completely non invasive and best for horse identification. EDNA is the perfect "DNA Horse-Fingerprint".

Chief Investigator Raymond Sigler of Wall Street Detectives announced release of the latest technology to gather forensic DNA from an equine using its own saliva. The EDNA test web site also became operational recently.

In the past pulling horsehair for DNA testing was standard, but no longer necessary since the saliva from a specific horse is now drawn with the Avitar DNA collector. The primary genetic-testing lab is the University of California at Davis, which can certify an accuracy rate of 99.999999999999 percent for the EDNA test.

EDNA is the perfect DNA horse-fingerprint. Like human fingerprints, no Horse has the same DNA. Also like humans, horses are becoming victims of identity theft and need to be protected. The EDNA test is completely non invasive.

The EDNA test acquires forensic DNA evidence and maintains a unique, confidential, all Horse Breed Registry. This makes horse stealing a great deal more work thanks to modern technology and science. Now, title or transfer can easily be verified using EDNA's Absolute Identification and Bar-code system. If any horse is ever stolen, EDNA will provide Absolute Identification for Law Enforcement and the Courts. Many police agencies currently use the same tester on humans.

EDNA is also excellent for any transaction requiring ID verification and is potentially important when tracking a diseased equine.

The cost of the EDNA test is $350.00 USD. The price includes a donation to the Happy Trails Children's Foundation and a contribution to a special Stolen Horse Reward trust fund.

For various reason thousands of horses are stolen every day in the US and around the world, the EDNA test using DNA fingerprinting is the best method to help recover stolen horses legally, hinder their sale, and halt other types of related fraud.

For more information:

Call 1-800-504-9737 or contact

http://www.ednatest.us or http://www.ednafax.com

CA PI #18494

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