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#1

I’ve decided to start a list of all serious companies/labs that we might expect good news from them. I’m starting and please add any missing company/labs that you really consider it to be serious and have solid science behind it (Please include your sources as I did).We might even rate them on a 10 points scale according to the promises and the feasibility we objectively extract from each one.

Follica

Nature. 2007 May 17;447 (7142):316-20 17507982 (P,S,E,B,D) Wnt-dependent de novo hair follicle regeneration in adult mouse skin after wounding

http://www.med.upenn.edu/camb/faculty/db/cotsarelis.html

(this paper might one day turn into the historical mighty MPB bible of all times)
http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v447/n7142/abs/nature05766.html

http://www.puretechventures.com/content/portTest.asp?file=follica.asp&id=122&mainPage=portfolio&subPage=aboutUs

Luna

Luna Discovers Nanomedicine Prototype Affects Hair Growth
Discovery Opens New Pathway to Understanding the Process of Hair Follicle Regeneration

http://ir.lunainnovations.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=196907&p=irol-newsArticle2&ID=1121474&highlight=

Acell

http://www.acell.com/vetcasestudies.php
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/7354458.stm
http://www.mirm.pitt.edu/news/article.asp?qEmpID=282 (Badylak inventor of the year 2008)

Intercytex

http://www.intercytex.com/icx/products/aesthetic/icxtrc/


http://www.economist.com/science/displaystory.cfm?story_id=11487403


#2

for what its worth, Histogen, was another company starting research on hair multiplication, even though even they dont project a product until 2015…

I hope Im wrong about this, but sometimes I get a sneaky suspicion that certain biotech start ups might use hair multiplication as a way to merely raise money from wealthy, middle aged and older, balding investors who someday dream of getting their hair back and feel that the only way they possibly can…I mean how much money would have ICX raised without the possiblility of TRC? TRC is mentioned prominently in their press releases and interviews despite the fact that it may not even ever make it to market unless somebody is willing to buy their phase two research and at least pay for them to look into it further. Yet ICX has raise alot of moolah, and no-doubt paid Higgins, Kemp and the rest of the boys alot of moolah, from the mere possibility that they’d have a working HM protocol, which they may never have.

“Invest in frog legs for a chance to win a contest that will get you free titties and beer”…


#3

benji beat me to it

HISTOGEN
HGEN-001 is a proprietary liquid formula created by infusing the soluble chemicals secreted by the newborn fibroblasts with the liquid media. It is the first naturally stabilized and bioactive formulation of wnt proteins and growth factors, offering exceptional opportunities for applications including research tools and biologics products.
http://www.histogeninc.com/products/hgen_001.htm

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#4

Neosh101

http://www.neosil.com/


#5

» Neosh101
»
» http://www.neosil.com/

neosil is a mere stimulant…i would want NEW HAIR FOLLICLES myself, unless something could impart differnent genetics upon the rejuvinated hairs themselves.


#6

» » Neosh101
» »
» » http://www.neosil.com/
»
»
»
» neosil is a mere stimulant…i would want NEW HAIR
» FOLLICLES myself, unless something could impart differnent genetics upon
» the rejuvinated hairs themselves.

But of all currently known players in the field, Neosil is probably going to be the first one out the gate if they can get through trials. I pray they start phase III by the end of the year. They seem to have a good product on their hands.


#7

It may make sens to declassify Neosh from this list .However I must admit that Im not informed about it but I’ve a feeling that it may not be in a position to apply for a spot in the list of possibles cures.

So guys what about the labs should we start with enumerating serious labs ?
also what about the companies I listed do u share my feeling that the cure might come from them ?


#8

sumuito

» It may make sens to declassify Neosh from this list .However I must admit
» that Im not informed about it but I’ve a feeling that it may not be in a
» position to apply for a spot in the list of possibles cures.
»
» So guys what about the labs should we start with enumerating serious labs
» ?
» also what about the companies I listed do u share my feeling that the cure
» might come from them ?


#9

Ok , here is a 1st preliminary sheet, let’s add new work that came lately or simply missing ones :
-Aderans. ( company based on research).
-Karolinska study. Simple research).
-Laminin 511. (Simple research).


#10

» Ok , here is a 1st preliminary sheet, let’s add new work that came lately
» or simply missing ones :
» -Aderans. ( company based on research).
» -Karolinska study. Simple research).
» -Laminin 511. (Simple research).

-PRP+Matrix (Dr Greco).
-Proto Hair, Hair culture (multiplication) in Vitro, the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, National Taiwan University .

If we are going to make donations, here we can find a list to choose from.
We now have like 6 serious researchers+companies working in towards a cure, that’s pretty unprecedented.

P.S : I’ll add links and citations from studies, later soon.
Any insights are welcome.


#11

» » Ok , here is a 1st preliminary sheet, let’s add new work that came
» lately
» » or simply missing ones :
» » -Aderans. ( company based on research).
» » -Karolinska study. Simple research).
» » -Laminin 511. (Simple research).
»
» -PRP+Matrix (Dr Greco).
» -Proto Hair, Hair culture (multiplication) in Vitro, the Institute of
» Biomedical Engineering, National Taiwan University .
»
» If we are going to make donations, here we can find a list to choose
» from.
» We now have like 6 serious researchers+companies working in towards a
» cure, that’s pretty unprecedented.
»
» P.S : I’ll add links and citations from studies, later soon.
» Any insights are welcome

Amilcar (or anyone else?,) did you get in touch by chance with the Taiwan’s crowd? That’s the type of “discovery” that seems to be promising for the (near?) future. Do you have any kind of ideas what their plans are - e.g. are they going for a partnership with a bigger player?

Another point out of context, I am always taken aback by the “average” FDA-approval time required in the US - for example, a new medication can take muuuuch less time to be approved in other countries (Russia, India, etc) than in the States. I’ve heard and read a number of pharmas have delocalised part of their operations in India, FDA approval time being one of the reasons cited (as well as other cost$$$ related reasons). Might be worth to consider this issue within the non-profit organisation a few posters were talking about?


#12

» » » Ok , here is a 1st preliminary sheet, let’s add new work that came
» » lately
» » » or simply missing ones :
» » » -Aderans. ( company based on research).
» » » -Karolinska study. Simple research).
» » » -Laminin 511. (Simple research).
» »
» » -PRP+Matrix (Dr Greco).
» » -Proto Hair, Hair culture (multiplication) in Vitro, the Institute of
» » Biomedical Engineering, National Taiwan University .
» »
» » If we are going to make donations, here we can find a list to choose
» » from.
» » We now have like 6 serious researchers+companies working in towards a
» » cure, that’s pretty unprecedented.
» »
» » P.S : I’ll add links and citations from studies, later soon.
» » Any insights are welcome
»

» Amilcar (or anyone else?,) did you get in touch by chance with the
» Taiwan’s crowd? That’s the type of “discovery” that seems to be promising
» for the (near?) future. Do you have any kind of ideas what their plans are
» - e.g. are they going for a partnership with a bigger player?

LatinLover,

Sorry, I’m late.
Well we did not, I did not and I think none of the board members did. We just read the Abstract of the paper and saw that amaizing picture of the EVAL membranes in which they culture hair In VTRO.

One more thing, I’m really excited about the Karolinska study. It’s one good piece of news.

»
» Another point out of context, I am always taken aback by the “average”
» FDA-approval time required in the US - for example, a new medication can
» take muuuuch less time to be approved in other countries (Russia, India,
» etc) than in the States. I’ve heard and read a number of pharmas have
» delocalised part of their operations in India, FDA approval time being one
» of the reasons cited (as well as other cost$$$ related reasons). Might be
» worth to consider this issue within the non-profit organisation a few
» posters were talking about?
*

We really need a coalition of the willing for that , instead of that we have a coalition of the bickering. SAD BUT TRUE.

Best Regards.