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Figure 1: (a) The hair cycle. The hair is subject to constant turnover in the course of perpetual cycles of proliferation (in anagen), involution (in catagen), and resting (in telogen), with regeneration (in neogen) in the successive cycle (from[4]) (b) Shiva Nataraya, Bronze presented as gift by S. Murugusundram to Ralph M. Trüeb on the occasion of the 2005 European Hair Research Society meeting in Zurich, Switzerland. The cosmic dance reflects both the perpetual hair cycle, and the HRSI's victory over ignorance

Figure 1: (a) The hair cycle. The hair is subject to constant turnover in the course of perpetual cycles of proliferation (in anagen), involution (in catagen), and resting (in telogen), with regeneration (in neogen) in the successive cycle (from[4]) (b) Shiva Nataraya, Bronze presented as gift by S. Murugusundram to Ralph M. Trüeb on the occasion of the 2005 European Hair Research Society meeting in Zurich, Switzerland. The cosmic dance reflects both the perpetual hair cycle, and the HRSI's victory over ignorance