Androgenetic Alopecia: In Vivo Models

    John P. Sundberg, Wesley G. Beamer, Hideo Uno, Dominque Van Neste, Lloyd E. King
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    TLDR Stump-tailed macaque best for researching hair loss causes and treatments.
    This document explores various in vivo models for studying androgenetic alopecia, including rodent models, human skin grafts to mice, and the stump-tailed macaque. The stump-tailed macaque is the most commonly used and useful model. These models offer opportunities for researching the causes and treatment of this type of hair loss. The paper also discusses the use of animal models to study and test new therapies for androgenetic alopecia.
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      27 citations ,   October 1999 in “Experimental and Molecular Pathology”
      Stump-tailed macaque best for researching hair loss causes and treatments.