Hairs use chemical signals to tell each other when to grow
Can we re-activate hair growth?Jose Luis Pelaez Inc/GettyBy Aylin WoodwardHairs all over the body use the same two chemical signaling pathways to communicate with each other – a finding that might help us better understand baldness. Hair doesn’t constantly grow. Instead, each hair follicle goes through a cycle of growing, dying and resting. Previous...
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