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A new treatment could spell the end of hair straighteners after scientists discover the curly hair gene'...
A ‘curly hair gene’ has been discovered by scientists, paving the way for a pill that could perform the same function as hair straighteners.
The discovery will also make it possible to predict whether a baby will havestraight or curly hair.
And the new information will also allow detectives to use DNA to produce more accurateefitsof their suspects. Researcher Professor Nick Martin said: ‘The most immediate application is likely to be inforensics.’
The groundbreaking research identified the trichohyalin gene as the one that is mainly responsible forcreating curls.
Research suggests that 45 per cent of European people havestraight hair, 40 per cent havewavy hairand 15 per cent have curly hair. Studies also show that the chances of inheriting curly hair is around 90 per cent.
Prof Martin revealed that it may now be possible to come up with treatments to makehair straighter, saying: ‘Potentially we can now develop new treatments to make hair curlier or straighter, rather than treating the hair directly.
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