Hair is not a secondary accessory. They define us even more than other body characteristics because we can choose how to style them and change their appearance in a radical way. Few resign themselves to losing them and so, in addition to the drugs and other therapies developed to counteract the fall, many think about transplantation to solve once and for all a baldness more or less accentuated.
When you hear the word “cloning”, the science fiction film comes to life in the minds of many of us. In fact, hair cloning, in other words, the transfer of cloned hair to another area, is a concept that has been mentioned in the industry for decades and is approaching commercialization.
Hair cloning involves various approaches to the problem of hair loss. This procedure involves the proliferation of hair follicles. In order to achieve the desired results, it involves the removal of cells, whose hair follicles can be directed towards proper growth and reproduction in a laboratory environment before transplantation into another area.
The word cloning means “to copy”. This concept derives from the Greek word “Clone” which means branch. In fact, it is used to express the replication of a new plant from the branch of a bush or a tree.
Hair cloning studies
The basic idea is that a small hair follicle can be removed from the donor area and that specific cells within these hair follicles can be isolated and cultured in the laboratory and that new hair follicles can be regenerated and added back to the skin.
Is it possible to have hair treatment or transplantation with stem cells?
Early studies in this area showed that new hairs were released after stem cells were implanted in bald mice. In other words, this idea is based on scientific principles. Although it is commonly known as “cloning”; it would be more appropriate to refer to it as “follicular proliferation” or “stem cell hair transplantation”.
The cloning process is similar to transferring the collected follicles from one part of the scalp to another area. Hair cloning is the reproduction of cells collected in a laboratory environment to provide an almost unlimited supply and transplantation of the donor hair follicles that have been obtained.
The explanation for why hair follicles do not grow in natural angle and direction is as follows: Hair roots are influenced and shaped by external factors during a person’s lifetime. The way you shower, the way you comb your hair, the proteins you take, etc. All this shows that both the thicknesses and…
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