The service is being offered online by a number of companies, including Scientific Match and the Swiss company, Gene 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.
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.
However, my personal and professional experience is that “chemistry” does indeed matter.'There is some truth in our sense of smell and pheromones playing a part in our attraction and repulsion towards another person.
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