Trends in Human Hair Growth and Alopecial Research

Trends in Human Hair Growth and Alopecial Research

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  • Hardback | 336 pages
  • Kluwer Academic Publishers Group
  • Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • biography
  • 0746201176
  • 9780746201176

Table of contents

I: Biology and Experimental Models.- 1 Embryogenesis of the hair follicle and hair cycle.- 2 Keratin expression in the human hair follicle.- 3 The mammalian tongue filiform papillae: a theoretical model for primitive hairs.- 4 Comparative electrophoretic analysis of sulfur containing proteins of hair bulb keratogenous zone and hair shaft.- 5 Four murine monoclonal antibodies specific for the inner root sheath in the human hair follicle.- 6 The dermo-epithelial interaction and the hair follicle.- 7 Isolation, culture and in vitro behavior of cells isolated from papillae of human hair follicles.- 8 A new in vitro culture system to produce a fully differentiated epidermis from human hair follicle outer root sheath cells.- 9 Non-keratinocyte cells in the hair follicle (with special emphasis to the human hair follicles).- 10 The human hair follicle: a target for androgens.- 11 Effects of testosterone, dihydrotestosterone and estradiol on the growth behavior of cultured hair bulb papilla cells and root sheath fibroblasts.- 12 Pharmacological aspects of hair follicle growth.- 13 Human hair follicle grafts onto nude mice: morphological study.- 14 On the behavior of dye ions in an isotachophoresis boundary: application to the mitosis mechanism.- II: Diagnostic Methods.- 15 Dynamic exploration of hair growth: critical review of methods available and of their usefulness in the clinical trial protocol.- 16 Phototrichogram analysis: technical aspects and problems in relation with automated quantitative evaluation of hair growth by computer-assisted image analysis.- 17 PIXE-microanalysis in green hair.- 18 Office diagnosis of pathological changes in hair cuticular cell pattern.- III: Hair and Scalp Diseases and Therapy: Trichothiodystrophy, Pattern Baldness, Alopecia Areata.- 19 Clinical symptoms associated with trichothiodystrophy: a review of the literature with special emphasis on light sensitivity and the association with xeroderma pigmentosum (complementation group D).- 20 High-sulfur protein deficient human hair: clinical aspects and biochemical study of two unreported cases of a variant type of trichothiodystrophy.- 21 The effect of cyproterone acetate on hair roots and hair shaft diameter in androgenetic alopecia in females.- 22 Androgenetic alopecia: some thoughts and views about its topical treatment.- 23 Effects of a topical preparation on some hair growth parameters evaluated utilizing morphometric computerized analysis.- 24 A placebo controlled clinical trial with a topical preparation containing HUCP and thioglycoran in male pattern baldness.- 25 Topical minoxidil used before and after hair transplantation surgery.- 26 Clinical and macrophotographic study of the percutaneous implantation of synthetic hair.- 27 Patch testing procedures in patients suffering from suspected allergic contact dermatitis to minoxidil.- 28 Histological study of alopecia areata.- 29 In situ immunophenotyping of follicular keratinocytes in alopecia areata.- 30 Expression of Langerhans cell antigens in the hair follicles in alopecia areata. Histological changes in alopecia areata.- 31 Analysis of T cell, activated T cell and NK cell subsets in peripheral blood lymphocytes from patients with alopecia areata.- 32 Mutagenic evaluation of SADBE in human lymphocytes.- 33 Treatment of severe alopecia areata by topical application of cyclosporine. Comparative trial versus placebo in 43 patients.- 34 Anatomo-clinical illustration of a hair-follicle naevus.- 35 Head gear induced traumatic alopecia during orthodontic more

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