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The German Discovery


#1

I think this is by far the most significant discovery we have seen here. It blows all the others – Histogen, Follica, and even Aderans – out of the water. I think this is a REAL promising development.

The articles don’t specify (at least they don’t explain it very well), but I’m assuming that the follicles were grown FIRST in vitro (that is, outside the organism) and can then be implanted. Can anyone confirm this?

Wonder if HairSite can get an interview with one of these doctors in Berlin…


#2

» I think this is by far the most significant discovery we have seen here.
» It blows all the others – Histogen, Follica, and even Aderans – out of
» the water. I think this is a REAL promising development.
»
» The articles don’t specify (at least they don’t explain it very well), but
» I’m assuming that the follicles were grown FIRST in vitro (that is, outside
» the organism) and can then be implanted. Can anyone confirm this?

Correct. But once again: At first, they were able to “breed” skin tissue (of course outside the body) by using hair follicle stem cells. And NOW they’re able to “breed” skin tissue including all the natural skin-appandages, like blood vessels, nerves, sweat-glands - and finally, including entire hair follicles. So, they do NOT just let grow some hair follicles in the dish, they’re able to let grow a COMPLETE SKIN including all natural appandages. They also have the technology, to produce this stuff in large quantities.

» Wonder if HairSite can get an interview with one of these doctors in
» Berlin…

Feel free to contact THE man behind this stuff:

http://bcrt.charite.de/index.php?id=391

http://www.medbt.tu-berlin.de/


#3

» » I think this is by far the most significant discovery we have seen here.
»
» » It blows all the others – Histogen, Follica, and even Aderans – out
» of
» » the water. I think this is a REAL promising development.
» »
» » The articles don’t specify (at least they don’t explain it very well),
» but
» » I’m assuming that the follicles were grown FIRST in
» vitro
(that is, outside
» » the organism) and can then be implanted. Can anyone confirm this?
»
» Correct. But once again: At first, they were able to “breed” skin tissue
» (of course outside the body) by using hair follicle stem cells. And NOW
» they’re able to “breed” skin tissue including all the natural
» skin-appandages
, like blood vessels, nerves, sweat-glands - and
» finally, including entire hair follicles. So, they do NOT just let grow
» some hair follicles in the dish, they’re able to let grow a COMPLETE SKIN
» including all natural appandages. They also have the technology, to produce
» this stuff in large quantities.
»
» » Wonder if HairSite can get an interview with one of these doctors in
» » Berlin…
»
» Feel free to contact THE man behind this stuff:
»
» http://bcrt.charite.de/index.php?id=391
»
» http://www.medbt.tu-berlin.de/

I hate to say this, but I’m happy to see that he’s bald. Maybe that’s where the passion comes from (for sure).


#4

» I hate to say this, but I’m happy to see that he’s bald. Maybe that’s
» where the passion comes from (for sure).

I love to say that he is not an aesthetic surgeon :slight_smile:

Sadly this will not be a short term solution. But i think this is great news