Study: engineering of hair follicles using a biomimetic approach

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Study: engineering of hair follicles using a biomimetic approach

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Post by nameless » 11 months ago

It sounds to me like it should be almost ready for human application but it's probably numerous years off.


https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-07579-y

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Study: engineering of hair follicles using a biomimetic approach

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Post by rclark » 6 months ago

This might not be as far off as people think. Scientists in the United States are already
using stem cells for people with arthritis.

Here is an article about cloning hair cells. Tsuji is already able to do it.

https://www.healthline.com/health/stem- ... transplant


The United States Food and Drug Administration is used to approve all prescription drugs
in the United States. If there already at this level, hair cloning might be available in a couple of years.

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