Exosomes from human skin cells can stimulate hair growth and could potentially be used for treating hair loss.
Exosomes are crucial for protecting sensory hair cells in the inner ear.
Fisetin in fruits and vegetables helps hair growth in mice.
Exosomes from umbilical cord cells fix hearing loss and damaged ear hair cells in mice.
Exosomes from fat-derived stem cells can potentially improve hair growth and could be a new treatment for immune-related hair loss.
Exosomes from human fat stem cells can potentially enhance hair growth and survival, providing a new possible treatment for hair loss.
Exosomes from human hair follicle cells can improve aging hair follicle cell function and help regenerate hair follicles.
Exosomes from hair papilla cells and the Chinese medicine Liao Tuo Fang can potentially promote hair growth and could be used to develop hair growth drugs.
Exosomes from certain stem cells can promote hair growth and counteract hair loss caused by hormones by regulating growth factors and other cellular signals.
Exosomes show promise for tissue repair and regeneration with advantages over traditional cell therapies.
Exosomes from certain stem cells can fight hair loss by promoting hair growth and maintaining the growth phase of hair.