The researchers found women infidelity gene

In recent years, scientists regularly conduct research and identify the relationship between genes and various deviations in the human body. On the eve of experts from the University of Queensland proved that the gene AVPR1A in women increases the likelihood of infidelity.

During the anonymous survey among seven thousand volunteers, scientists have identified 400 people, ever betray their partners. In this group the gene AVPR1A met much more often than in the rest of the group under study.

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Note, AVPR1A gene is present in both men and women, but for men it almost has no effect. While it is difficult to determine whether one gene affects the propensity to change or is it a combination of many factors: not only genetic nature, but also education, lifestyle and social environment.

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