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Upjohn's minoxidil

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Preliminary results of study find that drug's "mechanism of action may not be totally related to an increase in blood flow to the scalp," firm said at April 29 Washington, D.C. press conference. Findings indicate instead that "genes which regulate the animal cell cycle may also be involved in initiating hair growth" and minoxidil "appears to turn on at least one set of these genes." Studies were conducted by Allen Buhl, PhD, an Upjohn researcher, and Vincent Groppi, PhD.
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