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By pulling 200 hairs in a precise pattern and density, researchers can induce up to 1,200 replacement follicles in a mouse
By Cristy Lytal - April 9, 2015
If there’s a cure for male pattern baldness, it might hurt a little.
A team led by USC Stem Cell Principal Investigator Cheng-Ming Chuong has demonstrated that by plucking 200 hairs in a specific pattern and density, they can induce up to 1,200 replacement hairs to grow in a mouse. The results are published in the April 9 edition of the journal Cell... Continue to article