Independent Forensics (IFI) develops new innovative and reliable products and services for crime laboratories, medical genetics and human identification. IFI’s research and development includes new products for law enforcement, advanced techniques for sensitive genetic identification and new genetic-based tests for health professionals and the public. IFI’s innovation and originality in forensic R&D has been recognized by multiple research contracts, prestigious awards and multiple accreditations. IFI products and services include:


RSID™ – Rapid Stain Identification Series

RSID™ tests are designed for fast, easy and reliable detection of human saliva, semen, blood, and urine from a variety of samples encountered in forensic laboratories. More information available at the RSID™ site.


Complete immuno fluorescence staining kit for identifying human sperm cells for sexual assault evidence. SPERM HY-LITER™ is Specific – identifying human sperm heads only, Sensitive – helping find hidden sperm and Flexible – allowing you to identify sperm on hospital smear slides or from extracts in just seconds!

DNA Paternity Testing

IFI Specializes in DNA Paternity Testing. Our tests are affordable and can be administered in our lab, by mobile collection, through our mail in home test kits, and in any one of our nationwide testing centers.

DNA Forensics Testing

Independent Forensics goes beyond traditional crimes scene investigation and provides forensic DNA testing. IFI also specializes in human body fluid identification from saliva, semen, blood and urine. DNA may be extracted and analyzed from blood, cigarette butts, envelopes, stamps, straws, bottles, cans, etc.

DNA Expert Witness

Independent Forensics offers DNA based case review and consultation to the legal profession and the public. Our experienced staff had testified in state, federal, and international courts on both criminal and civil matters. Wide experience with all aspects of forensic DNA, body fluid ID, sexual assaults, touch DNA, mixture interpretation, Y-STRs and mitochondrial DNA.


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