Does it have a biochemical mechanism or does it just act as a microscopic granular “matrix” that allows restorative cells or skin stem cells to adhere and concentrate themselves during the healing process?
Also, I think I’m missing something here. Isn’t Dr Cooley using the ACell on in the donor areas, to heal that tissue and generate regrowth of donor hairs there which undet normal HT conditions would be lost and filled in with scar tissue?
Or is he using the ACell also in the recipient (balding) areas now?
If he’s not, then why the big fuss about what happens in the recipient areas when plucked donor follicles are implanted there? Hasn’t this been tried before, with only mediocre results? Why should it be any different now that Cooley is using ACell in the donor area?
Wasn’t the first concept of using ACell in conjunction with HT about applying it only to the donor area?