They call it Instant Chemistry , a company founded by Ron Gonzalez, a psychologist and neuroscientist, and his wife, Sara Seabrooke, a geneticist. Couples can use a test that looks at genes in the immune system. According to Gonzalez and Seabrooke, the more differences there are between two people's immune systems, the more attractive they'll find each other. Instant Chemistry's test also looks at the serotonin transporter gene, a gene that determine a human's personality, such as if a person has mood swings or is more even-tempered. While Gonzalez and Seabrooke said the test won't guarantee that couples will be conflict-free, they said that it's a tool that can help a couple strengthen their relationship.
Talk about chemistry! Dating site tests DNA to make matches
Instant Chemistry Genetic Dating Reviews - DNA Testing Choice
In a crowded field of online dating sites, SingldOut. The site partners with Instant Chemistry , a service that tests DNA for "biological compatibility" in a long-term relationship. Members also take a psychological assessment. The kit arrives with a tube for your saliva. You spit in the tube, mail it to Instant Chemistry and get results in about a week, which are posted on your online dating profile.
The Dubious Science of Genetics-Based Dating
Free dating sites use a variety of methods to make potential love matches with their members, but can love be found in DNA? How does it work? It all starts with a cheek swab. Instant Chemistry is a company founded on the scientific theory that our DNA has the first and last word when it comes to sexual attraction.
Gonzalez obtained his Ph. He also holds a M. He has published 9 peer-reviewed publications in the fields of neuroscience, molecular biology and cell physiology. Gonzalez previously worked at the Ontario Brain Institute as a Strategic Business Development Analyst where he helped to spin out university neuro-technology businesses. Seabrooke obtained her Ph.