Device And Method For Hair Growth From Stem Cells


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TANKOVICH, NIKOLAI

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A method of utilizing an individual's undifferentiated papilla and/or bulge stem area stem cells to stimulate hair growth. In the first step of the method, a donor section of skin is identified having growth of the type of hair for which increased growth at the recipient site is ought. Once the donor site is identified, it is anesthetized locally using any convenient means and a plurality of tissue samples are obtained from the site. The tissue samples preferably contain hair follicles with intact undifferentiated papilla and/or dermal stem cells, as well as immediately surrounding tissues. The stem cells are cloned to multiply the number of cells. Some of the stem cells can be frozen for later use. Some of the stem cells are inserted into the skin regions where hair restoration is desired. Various techniques are disclosed for inserting the stem cells into the skin. More... »

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