Synthetic Sandalwood Maintains Hair Growth in Human Tissue
Synthetic Sandalwood Maintains Hair Growth in Human Tissue
The compound engages with a receptor in hair follicle cells and prevents skin cells from dying.
Synthetic Sandalwood Maintains Hair Growth in Human Tissue
Synthetic Sandalwood Maintains Hair Growth in Human Tissue

The compound engages with a receptor in hair follicle cells and prevents skin cells from dying.

The compound engages with a receptor in hair follicle cells and prevents skin cells from dying.

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Getting to the Root
Getting to the Root
Catherine Offord | Mar 2, 2016
A study reveals the genes underpinning hair’s characteristics, from its color to its tendency to grow on the face.
Lab-Grown Hair Follicles
Lab-Grown Hair Follicles
Tracy Vence | Oct 22, 2013
Using molecular signatures of human dermal papilla cells grown in a 3-D environment, researchers generate new hair follicles using a patient’s own cells.
A Hair-Raising Solution?
A Hair-Raising Solution?
Dan Cossins | Sep 1, 2013
In the long-fought battle against baldness, researchers are finally identifying molecular pathways that can be manipulated to generate new hair follicles.