Do paternity test results provide valid genealogical information to assist in establishing ancestral relationships?

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in Genealogy Help by Steven Collins G2G Crew (340 points)

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Nope.  Most paternity tests use CODIS markers.  CODIS markers are what the FBI uses to identify people.  CODIS is good for paternity but beyond parent child they are not very useful.
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