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Which is that Dr. Kim study mentioned by Hitzig?


#1

On the interview with Kobren, Dr. Hitzig mentions a study by Dr. Kim.
Hitzig says that Dr. Kim cut the follicle in two pieces and when these were planted, both grew.
I’ve found this article, but seems to me that its not the same:


#2

Is Dr Hitzig coming back on here at any point? maybe it would be best to put the question in the thread that was created for that very reason.


#3

I was hoping anyone in this forum knew it, as this doctor Kim is familiar to me and it has been mentioned before, same as Jahoda and others…

The questions for Dr. Hitzig are in the dedicated thread, I know.

» Is Dr Hitzig coming back on here at any point? maybe it would be best to
» put the question in the thread that was created for that very reason.


#4

» On the interview with Kobren, Dr. Hitzig mentions a study by Dr. Kim.
» Hitzig says that Dr. Kim cut the follicle in two pieces and when these
» were planted, both grew.
» I’ve found this article, but seems to me that its not the same:
»
» http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7728481

You should ask THE experts, who evaluated such studies a long time ago - for instance:

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss-articles/hair-multiplication-278.htm


#5

» » On the interview with Kobren, Dr. Hitzig mentions a study by Dr. Kim.
» » Hitzig says that Dr. Kim cut the follicle in two pieces and when these
» » were planted, both grew.
» » I’ve found this article, but seems to me that its not the same:
» »
» » http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7728481
»
» You should ask THE experts, who evaluated such studies a long time ago -
» for instance:
»
» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss-articles/hair-multiplication-278.htm

Oh, by the way:

Maybe not as much advanced in general (pics, visualized cells etc), but anyway …

http://www.nyhairloss.com/autocloning.htm

Interestingly presented (which is based on JC Kim’s et al findings too) in the same year, same place (ISHRS 2003):

http://www.ishrs.org/pr-pr3.htm


#6

Gho mentions the same study I already found. i.e, only the distal part of the follicle regenerates.
Hitzig mentions a different study, where both parts regenerated. This is the study I want to find.

Choi YC, Kim JC. Hair follicle regeneration after horizontal
resectioning. Implication for hair transplantation. In: Stough
DB, Haber RS, editors. Hair replacement: surgical and
medical. 1996. p. 358-63.

Google gives me a lot of mentions but not the actual article.

» » » On the interview with Kobren, Dr. Hitzig mentions a study by Dr. Kim.
» » » Hitzig says that Dr. Kim cut the follicle in two pieces and when
» these
» » » were planted, both grew.
» » » I’ve found this article, but seems to me that its not the same:
» » »
» » » http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7728481
» »
» » You should ask THE experts, who evaluated such studies a long time ago
» -
» » for instance:
» »
» » http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss-articles/hair-multiplication-278.htm
»
» Oh, by the way:
»
» Maybe not as much advanced in general (pics, visualized cells etc), but
» anyway …
»
» http://www.nyhairloss.com/autocloning.htm
»
» Interestingly presented (which is based on JC Kim’s et al findings too) in
» the same year, same place (ISHRS 2003):
»
» http://www.ishrs.org/pr-pr3.htm


#7

» Gho mentions the same study I already found. i.e, only the distal part of
» the follicle regenerates.
» Hitzig mentions a different study, where both parts regenerated. This is
» the study I want to find.
»
» Choi YC, Kim JC. Hair follicle regeneration after horizontal
» resectioning. Implication for hair transplantation. In: Stough
» DB, Haber RS, editors. Hair replacement: surgical and
» medical. 1996. p. 358-63.

»
» Google gives me a lot of mentions but not the actual article.

bla bla bla – you should look at the REFERENCES below!

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss-articles/hair-multiplication-278.htm

Even Dr. Cole has been aware of that work - including the REFERENCES:

Anyway, your mentioned title has not been “published” anywhere. Instead of (as correctly quoted by Dr. Hitzig) they presented this study (without the full title) at the annually ISHRS meeting in Washington DC in 1998.

This is the full (study) title & source:

Kim JC, Kim MK, Choi YC. Regeneration of the human scalp hair follicle after horizontal sectioning: Implications for pluripotent stem cells and melanocyte reservoir. In: Van Neste D, Randall VA, editors. Hair Research for the next Millennium. Amsterdam: Elsevier; 1996. pp. 135–139.


#8

Gho mentions 2 Kim studies, but Gho says:

Kim et al. found that the proximal part of the hair follicle cannot regenerate into a differentiated hair follicle, but the distal part of the follicle can (Kim et al, 1995), eventually resulting in a fully developed hair follicle (Kim et al, 1996).
<<<

The 1996 study is the one I want, and the one mentioned by Hitzig. Hitzig says that both parts grew, but Gho says that only the distal part grew, but it seems he is referring to the 1995 study.

So, I want to read the 1996 study.

» » Gho mentions the same study I already found. i.e, only the distal part
» of
» » the follicle regenerates.
» » Hitzig mentions a different study, where both parts regenerated. This
» is
» » the study I want to find.
» »
» » Choi YC, Kim JC. Hair follicle regeneration after horizontal
» » resectioning. Implication for hair transplantation. In: Stough
» » DB, Haber RS, editors. Hair replacement: surgical and
» » medical. 1996. p. 358-63.

» »
» » Google gives me a lot of mentions but not the actual article.
»
» bla bla bla – you should look at the REFERENCES below!
»
» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss-articles/hair-multiplication-278.htm
»
» Even Dr. Cole has been aware of that work - including the REFERENCES:
»
»
»
» Anyway, your mentioned title has not been “published” anywhere. Instead of
» (as correctly quoted by Dr. Hitzig) they presented this study (without the
» full title) at the annually ISHRS meeting in Washington DC in 1998.
»
» This is the full (study) title & source:
»
» Kim JC, Kim MK, Choi YC. Regeneration of the human scalp hair follicle
» after horizontal sectioning: Implications for pluripotent stem cells and
» melanocyte reservoir.
In: Van Neste D, Randall VA, editors. Hair
» Research for the next Millennium. Amsterdam: Elsevier; 1996. pp.
» 135–139.


#9

» So, I want to read the 1996 study.

O.k. – But which one from 1996? The one from 1996 or the one from 1996?

Choi YC, Kim JC. Hair follicle regeneration after horizontal resectioning. Implication for hair transplantation. In: Stough DB, Haber RS, editors. Hair replacement: surgical and medical. 1996. p. 358-63.

Kim JC, Kim MK, Choi YC. Regeneration of the human scalp hair follicle after horizontal sectioning: Implications for pluripotent stem cells and melanocyte reservoir. In: Van Neste D, Randall VA, editors. Hair Research for the next Millennium. Amsterdam: Elsevier; 1996. pp. 135–139.


#10

» » So, I want to read the 1996 study.
»
» O.k. – But which one from 1996? The one from 1996 or the one from 1996?
»
» Choi YC, Kim JC. Hair follicle regeneration after horizontal resectioning.
» Implication for hair transplantation. In: Stough DB, Haber RS, editors.
» Hair replacement: surgical and medical. 1996. p.
» 358-63.
»
» Kim JC, Kim MK, Choi YC. Regeneration of the human scalp hair follicle
» after horizontal sectioning: Implications for pluripotent stem cells and
» melanocyte reservoir. In: Van Neste D, Randall VA, editors. Hair Research
» for the next Millennium. Amsterdam: Elsevier;
» 1996. pp. 135–139.

give me both…


#11

» give me both…

O.k. …


#12

very unoriginal, someone posted it here before.

So, the only study that we know about Kim, says that only the distal part of the follicle regrows. It is funny that you yourself posted this study before as proof that bisection works. Guess who takes the finger lol.

» » give me both…
»
» O.k. …
»
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