Alteration of Skin Properties with Autologous Dermal Fibroblasts

    Rajesh L. Thangapazham, Thomas N. Darling, Jon H Meyerle
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    TLDR Using your own skin cells can help repair aging skin and promote hair growth.
    The document from 9 years ago discussed the use of autologous dermal fibroblasts in skin repair and hair growth. It referenced a double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial and other studies that utilized skin-derived fibroblasts for various treatments. The document also highlighted the use of autologous fibroblast culture in repairing aging skin. Regarding hair growth, it cited a study where hair growth was induced by implanting cultured dermal papilla cells and another study that explored the potential of these cells in hair regeneration. Additionally, it mentioned a phase 1/2a clinical trial using autologous dermal sheath cup cell injections to treat androgenetic alopecia in men and women, reporting 12-month interim safety results.
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