Dream Partner Genetic Compatibility DNA Test

In India the number of marriages failing has increased the number of divorces. Have you ever wondered how compatible you are with your dream partner before really getting married? There are several ways to find out if you are a perfect match. People believe in astrology and go in for the love match tests or other sorts of compatibility tests to make sure that they can co-exist with the other person before the marriage. In astrology each person’s nature is defined by a few symbolic things and the movement of the stars. In Indian astrology there are 36 signs which are matched against the other persons 36 signs. These 36 signs of the other person are defined by the star under which you were born. Nowadays there is software available to check you compatibility quotient. It becomes merely meaningful if one checks the genetic compatibility along with the astrologic compatibility.

Compatibility is in your DNA.

BDRC is the only DNA laboratory in the country undertaking the DNA Test for reporting genetic compatibility between the couples. This test is quite useful for the couples/individuals who plan to marry or in the future they may plan to marry. Genetic compatibility results in an increased likelihood of forming an enduring and successful relationship. The MHC genes direct the production of certain protein receptors that coat the outer surfaces of cells. The protein receptors signal to the body’s immune system whether a cell is a native resident or a foreign invader. With more MHC variations, the immune system can recognize a broader range of foreign cells, making associated offspring more fit. Research has also shown that the sex lives of genetically compatible partners are more satisfying than average. Additionally, fertility rates are higher in genetically compatible couples and they have healthier children. Biological attraction is the subconscious attraction we feel for certain an individual without really understanding why, this is in the genes has been proved by list of studies and researches undertaken. In certain genetic combinations one of the partners is more attracted to the other. For some people this is important, for others it isn’t.

Our DNA report will be conclusive of Level of attraction, type of interest, symmetry attraction, chances for successful pregnancy, information about the inherited genetic disorders passing on to upcoming offspring etc.

DNA Collection KitsPrepared for the Genetic compatibility test?

Please call or write to us to learn the details of sample collection. The sample required in the cheek cells and the collection is quite painless. You just need to rub the DNA Collection kits provided by us and return back to our laboratory for testing. We encourage the sample collection at our collection centers or by an expert from our company.

We encourage the marriage agencies and online dating sites to be in touch with us to get the assistance in arranging more successful marriages and compatible partners to their clients.

Scientific Publications

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 Jacob S.,McClitock M.K., Zelano B. and Ober C. "Paternally inherited HLA alleles are associated with woman’s choice of male odour", Nat Genetics 2002, 30:175-179.

 Garver-Apgar C.E., Gangestad S.W., Thornill R., Miller R.D. and Olp J.J. "Major histocompatibility complex alleles, sexual responsivity, and unfaithfulness in romantic couples", Psychol Sci 2006, 17(10): 830-835.

 Wedekind C., Seebeck T., Bettens F. And Paepke A.J. "MHC-dependent mate preferences in humans", Proc.R.Soc.Lond.B 1995 260:245-249.

 Garver-Apgar C.E., Gangestad S.W., Thornill R., Miller R.D. and Olp J.J. "Major histocompatibility complex alleles, sexual responsivity, and unfaithfulness in romantic couples", Psychol Sci 2006, 17(10): 830-835.

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 Thompson RN, McMillon R, Napier A, Wekesa KS.2007. Pregnancy block by MHC class I peptides is mediated via the production of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate in the mouse vomeronasal organ. : J Exp Biol. 210(Pt 8):1406-12

 Jacob S.,McClitock M.K., Zelano B. and Ober C. "Paternally inherited HLA alleles are associated with woman’s choice of male odour", Nat Genetics 2002, 30:175-179.