Finally some good news. After treating successfully a whole bunch of diseases, the eggheads decided to apply their gray cells to the most cruel one.
For the first time, researchers at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City and the University of Durham have generated new hair follicles that grow human hair.Here are some pretty sordid details:
The technique involved harvesting cells from the base of a human hair follicle, called the dermal papillae. These cells were cloned in the laboratory and then implanted into human skin grafted to the back of a mouse.I assume then that the second stage of the process will involve separating the mouse from its skin and grafting the skin to
Well, the sooner a kit for a DIY hair recovery is ready, the better. I shall take 6 mice, thank you very much. Gray is fine. Blue is acceptable, too...