Scientists have found a "critical breakthrough" in seeking a baldness cure. can create natural-looking hair using stem cells, which means that a cure for hair loss can be in the eyes. human pluripotent stem cells
The experts presented the results at the annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Stem Cells in Los Angeles.
The study included human stem cells combined with mice before being attached to a 3D biodegradable scaffold made of the same material as soluble sutures
The scaffold helped control the direction of hair growth and helped the stem cells integrate in the skin. otocol … overcomes key technological challenges that kept our discovery from real use, "said Alexey Terskik of the Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute in California.
"We now have a stable, highly controlled method of generating naturally-looking hair that grows through the skin using an unrestricted source of human iPSC-derived dermal papillary cells." This is a critical breakthrough in the development of cell-based therapies for hair loss and the field of regenerative medicine. "
Scientists are now looking to apply the same process to humans and say there is" unrestricted "proliferation of stem cells that can be obtained from simple blood
The male pattern of baldness affects about 50% of men over age 50, according to the British Association of Dermatologists, with many men suffering from hair loss from puberty, hair transplants may cost somewhere between £ 1000 and £ 30,000