New Hair Regenerative Medicine To Cure Baldness

Japanese scientists have developed a new treatment for hair loss.

A complex process which involves regenerating hair follicles has emerged as a new therapy to treat baldness.  Hair regenerative medicine aims to help the reproductive source of hair follicles on a large scale.

According to researchers, this new method can help the mass preparation of cellular aggregates, also known as HFGs. And after much experimenting, there was reported new hair growth from the HFGs after transplantation into mice.

The choice of substrate materials for culture vessel was crucial in the testing phase, using oxygen-permeable dimethylpolysiloxane (PDMS) at the bottom of the culture vessel, which worked well. The research team evaluated whether the method can transfer the prepared HFGs from a fabricated approximately 300-microwell array, called "HFG chip", to generate hair follicles and hairs on the mouse body. The results confirmed black hair generation at both the back and scalp transplantation sites. - The Economic Times

So far, this method is very promising, and it could one day provide a viable treatment for hair loss and thinning hair.  Scientists are hoping that this technique will improve human hair regenerative therapy to effectively treat hair loss such as androgenic alopecia.

We'll update you as and when this exciting research develops.

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