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A doubt on hair cloning


#1

Hi,
recently I saw a post on baldingblog (http:www.baldingblog.com/2010/12/16/could-autocloned-hair-suddenly-become-sensitive-to-dht-years-down-the-line/),
that points out some issues about the possibility
that a hair could live short when is cloned, multiplied.
Is there any study about that in all the technologies
(acell, histogen, aderans, follica, etc.) that are
under development? Are the scientist worried about it?
For example, since we should get acell results about cycling
and dht resistance in short months, is this aspect taken in consideration also?
I would like to say that I am very optimist about latest
discoveries on the field, so do not take this as a depressive thread
(and please don’t reply with depressive answers:).
Thanks,
Willy


#2

» Hi,
» recently I saw a post on baldingblog

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So you should take my advise …


#3

» Hi,
» recently I saw a post on baldingblog
» (http:www.baldingblog.com/2010/12/16/could-autocloned-hair-suddenly-become-sensitive-to-dht-years-down-the-line/),
» that points out some issues about the possibility
» that a hair could live short when is cloned, multiplied.
» Is there any study about that in all the technologies
» (acell, histogen, aderans, follica, etc.) that are
» under development? Are the scientist worried about it?
» For example, since we should get acell results about cycling
» and dht resistance in short months, is this aspect taken in consideration
» also?
» I would like to say that I am very optimist about latest
» discoveries on the field, so do not take this as a depressive thread
» (and please don’t reply with depressive answers:).
» Thanks,
» Willy

why not just clone beard hair ? surely that can’t be affected by dht