Stem Cell


Dr. Nigams Hair Multiplication


Dr. Nigam has treated maximum number of human bald patients, Asians & Caucasians, through Hair Multiplication, approx 1120 as on today. Infact he is one of the first Doctors & Hair Multiplication Researcher treated bald patients through Stem Cell Hair Multiplication with special consent form. Clinical trials are under Phase II study. The success rate is 50% (excellent result), 30% (average result), and 20% (no result) as of now and will improve in coming future. We use Mid Follicular Buldge, Hair Multiplication, Outer Root Sheath Hair Multiplication, and Dermal Papilla & Matrix Hair Multiplication for Hair Multiplication. Dr. Nigam is known as the “WEIRD CONNECTOR” among research faculty, as he co-ordinates research work with Dermatologist, Tissue Engineers, Regenerative Lab, Molecular Biologist, Genetic Engineers & other Specialists from varied field & comes up with specific solutions, river though before.


Adrens Research (UK)


Intercytex, a company in Manchester (UK), announced positive results of a Phase II trial for a form of cloning hair follicles from the back of the neck, multiplying them and then reimplanting the cells into the scalp. The initial testing resulted in atleast two thirds of male patients regrowing hair. As of 2009, the company estimates this treatment will take "a number of years to complete" Phase III trials before it can go to market.[37] However, after failing to achieve subsequent success in their trials, the company announced discontinuation of its hair multiplication project in January 2010 with intention to sell off its assets and research.[38] On March 25, 2010 Adrens Research Institute Inc. (ARI) announced it acquired key technology assets from Regenerative Medicine Assets Limited (formerly Intercytex Group plc).[39] ARI is currently conducting Phase II clinical trials in cities throughout the U.S.


Dr Roland Lauster (Berlin)


In December 2010, scientists at the Berlin Technical University in Germany revealed they had grown the world's first artificial hair follicles from hair multiplication. Research leader Dr Roland Lauster said within five years millions of hair-loss sufferers could grow new hair from their own hair multiplication and have it implanted into their bald spots. He also announced that preparations for clinical trials were "already in motion".


Replica Life Sciences :-


Replicel Life Sciences is another company pursuing an effective treatment for hairloss. In their first human clinical trial, Replicel was able to regenerate 19.6% percent of hair on one patient's treated area. Replicel is using a hair multiplication technique different from Adrens, using dermal sheath cup cells instead of derma papilla cells. Replicel is looking forward for the Phase II at the end of 2012.




Dr. Takashi Tsuji, a professor at the Research Institute for Science and Technology at Tokyo University of Science (TUS)


In April 2012, Research group headed by Professor Takashi Tsuji demonstrates regenerating "functional hair regeneration from adult hair multiplication" Substantial advance in the development of next-generation of "organ replacement regenerative therapies" This procedure has only been tested on mice, human clinical trials have not been announced.


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