I have done a sibling DNA test to determine if my children are full siblings or not. There was a possibility that my eldest daughter could have been her father's brother’s and not actually his.
I tested the sibling DNA including myself and the two children.
The result came back 52 percent chance they are full siblings but then said at the bottom they favour that they have the same father.
I really don't have a clue what this means because I thought that if they were full siblings then it would come back more like 90 percent than 52.
Should I conclude that they are full siblings?