View Full Version : astressin B, grows hair

08-21-2011, 06:44 AM
But when they looked at the mice three months later, they found they couldn't tell the bald mice apart from the other normal hairy mice, as they had regrown the hair on their bald backs.


So far, this effect has been seen only in mice. Whether it also happens in humans remains to be seen, said the researchers, who also treated the bald mice with minoxidil alone, which resulted in mild hair growth, as it does in humans. This suggests that astressin-B could also translate for use in human hair growth. In fact, it is known that the stress-hormone CRF, its receptors and other peptides that modulate these receptors are found in human skin