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Kyocera Hair Multiplication Project (Hair Multiplication & Stem Cells Treatment)

posted by roger_that, MARYLAND, 24.07.2016, 13:43
(edited by roger_that on 24.07.2016, 13:59)

Have you looked at any of the other articles available that explain it further?

See on that link, which is from the Kyocera website, that they are making "regenerated hair follicle germs". They call this a "follicle primordium". The "Background" paragraph says:

"Because no existing treatment — not even surgical autografting — can increase the number of hair follicles, any viable method of regenerating hair follicles has great potential to succeed where other methods fail."

The first diagram compares their procedure with FUT which "Cannot increase the number of follicles". It says their procedure "Can increase the number of follicles". Increasing the number of follicles is making new follicles.

This procedure entails taking cells from the scalp (two types -- epithelial cells from the Bulge region and DP cells from the papilla), cultivating them in the lab, then putting groups of the cells together (10,000 epithelial + 3,000 papilla cells), and implanting that into the scalp as a "follicle primordium."

This is in vitro (lab) regeneration of a hair follicle germ, or proto-follicle ("primordium"), so if it works, it will give you new follicles. This one can't be a misunderstanding by the writer because it's on the Kyocera website itself.

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