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Research has shown that DNA affects our relationships and that we subconsciously seek out partners with 'compatibility genes'.
If a man and a woman are going to breed successfully, a wider spread of genes and immunity to disease and deformity would obviously be better for the child’s survival.'While she doesn't completely dismiss Gene Partner’s claims and believes such genetic 'engineering' could be hugely significant for people who have a family history of illness or disability, Ms Berry acknowledges that it might not be viewed as ethical by some. I rely on my personal touch, enabling and encouraging my clients to keep an open mind and to get out and meet as many people as possible. But sometimes you need to kiss a few more frogs to find your Prince.' Attraction based DNA was first studied in 1995 by Claus Wedekind.
The study is referred to as the 'Sweaty T-Shirt Experiment' and the female participants involved were given t-shirts worn by men for several days.
This is the body’s receptive and welcoming response when immune systems harmonise and fit together.'The site claims that genetic compatibility results in 'an increased likelihood of forming an enduring and successful relationship, a more satisfying sex life and higher fertility rates.' A definite plus when it comes to online dating, which can often mean having to endure dozens of one-off dates before finding someone worth getting to know better.
Speaking about the new trend, Lynette Berry, Director of Cherrypick Introductions Ltd said: 'I am not a doctor and have no medical or scientific qualifications at all.
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It states: 'High diversity in specific immune system components ensures greater resistance against a variety of diseases'Our bodies automatically sense how diverse the immune systems of people around us are, and we subconsciously classify them depending on how genetically compatible they are to our own.'With genetically highly compatible people we feel that rare sensation of perfect chemistry.
Both were inspired by the infamous 1995 ‘sweaty T-shirt’ experiment in which women were asked to sniff the T-shirts of similarly aged men and rate their body odours as proof that DNA matching works.
All you have to do to find your DNA mate is buy a special testing kit from one of the sites.
You then use this to take a saliva swab from the inside of your cheek and send the sample back for analysis.
The Gene Partner project was inspired by a study carried out by Prof Dr.
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Nowadays, scientists believe that what we refer to as 'chemistry' when we meet someone new is actually the body's natural response to two immune systems connecting and recognising that they fit well together because they are genetically dissimilar.