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Has Anyone Questioned Androgenetic Factors

Discussion in 'Men's General Hair Loss Discussions' started by bobmer, Feb 23, 2007.

  1. S Foote.

    S Foote. Experienced Member

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    Err? :shock:

    Well it "CERTAINLY" doesn't support the old donor dominance notion that you always claim is gospil Bryan!

    Michael was mistaken, it was you who posted this study originaly here:

    http://www.hairlosshelp.com/forums/mess ... TARTPAGE=2

    People involved in this thread should note Bryans clear hypocrisy (yet again).

    Originally Bryan clearly agreed that androgen levels in those mice was more than enough to effect male pattern baldness follicle growth, according to the current theory.

    It was only when i pointed out how that study supported my theory, that he "suddenly" did a complete U turn, and tried to claim there was not enough androgens in those mice as he continues to do here now.

    But the record is clear, and Bryan's scientific hypocrisy is glaring for all to see.

    From that original thread:




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    Originally posted by: daytona
    Could it be that these transplanted vellous hairs recovered to terminal hairs because of the lack of DHT present and not due to an absence of an immune response?
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    "You're forgetting this important line from the study: "The regeneration of vellus follicles occurs just as quickly on male as on female mice (data not shown); this suggests that a factor or factors other than androgen withdrawal may be involved..."

    Furthermore, men with prostate cancer who undergo total androgen ablation with castration and flutamide don't experience dramatic hair regrowth.

    Bryan"

    Sigh :roll:


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  2. wookster

    wookster Experienced Member

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    Interesting points about contact inhibition! :)
     
  3. wookster

    wookster Experienced Member

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    http://www.medscape.com/medline/abstrac ... 5?prt=true

    http://www.hairlosshelp.com/forums/mess ... SGDBTABLE=

     
  4. wookster

    wookster Experienced Member

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    http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl ... d=16880536

    :eek:nfire: :jumpy: :eek:nfire:

    http://www.medscape.com/medline/abstract/14691458


     

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