Read More: Dating by Diet » Two companies, Singld Out and Instant Chemistry, are working together to match users based on the results of both a personality test (evaluating “diet habits of a mate, how often they exercise, and so on,” according to a company press release) and a genetic test.
“Through intensive research, scientists have found that long-term relationship satisfaction stems from two constants — your DNA and core personality — and how those match up with your partner's,” said Sara Seabrooke, a geneticist and chief science officer of Instant Chemistry, in a press statement.
Learn More Explore how your genes may impact your relationship.
Understanding your partner’s emotional behavior, as well as your own is the key to successfully dealing with relationship challenges, solving problems and to better communication.
Genetic diversity is important to conserve as it has developed through evolution, making a species what it is now.
Your results, will enlighten you as to how you match with your partner whose results may differ on some factors and perhaps overlap on others.
Our matchmaking algorithm then takes this information and uses it to design breeding groups consisting of the least related individuals," says Dr Jonathan Sandoval-Castillo, the main program developer and postdoctoral fellow at Flinders School of Biological Sciences.
"This allows genetically healthy offspring and the maintenance of genetic diversity," he says.
We help you examine your relationship along three measures of compatibility: biocompatibility, neurocompatibility, and psychological compatibility.
Our solution is a multipronged, comprehensive compatibility assessment that provides results that are understandable, meaningful and most important, point the way toward lasting love.
Users sign up and receive a DNA testing kit in the mail, spit into a cup, and send the kit back to be tested for mutations in a serotonin transporter gene and a group of three genes that belong to the human leukocyte antigens (HLA) system.