|Title:||Enhancing hair follicle regeneration by nonablative fractional laser: Assessment of irradiation parameters and tissue response||Authors:||SUNG-JAN LIN||Keywords:||1,550-nm erbium glass laser; alopecia; hair follicle regeneration; inflammation; stem cell||Issue Date:||Apr-2015||Publisher:||WILEY-BLACKWELL||Journal Volume:||47||Journal Issue:||4||Start page/Pages:||331-341||Source:||Lasers in surgery and medicine||Abstract:||
Identification of methods to enhance anagen entry can be helpful for alopecia. Recently, nonablative laser has been proposed as a potential treatment for alopecia. However, how the laser parameters affect stem cell activity, hair cycles and the associated side effects have not been well characterized. Here we examine the effects of irradiation parameters of 1,550-nm fractional laser on hair cycles.
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