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treating hairloss from fat cells (Hair Multiplication & Stem Cells Treatment)

posted by roger_that, MARYLAND, 28.09.2016, 11:43

OK, thanks. Good find... But I disagree that there's no obvious practical application for this. I can think of at least one:

How about removing balding follicles from a human patient's scalp and then transplanting them into mice to regrow them, then re-implanting them back into the human? Subsequently, their size can be maintained with drugs (minoxidil, etc.) This may sound like a stretch, but if this could be tested, perhaps researchers could eventually isolate exactly what factors in the mouse tissue are causing the follicles to grow larger, and then replicate that step in vitro and eliminate the mouse step.

One other thing -- are they sure that the resulting enlarged hair follicles are 100% human? Could they in fact be mouse hairs? Or "hybrid" chimeric follicles with a mixture of human and mouse cells? Remember that when Dr. Jahoda biopsied the follicles he grew on his wife's arm with his own cells, he found the "new" follicles had a mix of male and female chromosomes (an easy test to do). The follicles were chimeric. Also, one researcher criticized the Sanford-Burnham results and said the hairs they grew on mice using human stem cells were probably really mouse hairs. Don't know if that was ever confirmed.




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