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Efficacy and Safety Evaluation of the Treatment of Allergy Against Cupressaceae and Grasses.
A Randomized, Double-Blinded, Placebo-Controlled, Prospective, Multicenter Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of Subcutaneous Immunotherapy in Patients With Rhinitis With or Without Mild to Moderate Asthma Sensitized to cupressaceae and grasses.Start: May 2021
Efficacy and Safety Evaluation for the Treatment of Allergy Against Mites
A double-blinded, placebo-controlled, prospective, multicenter randomized of 2 active treatment groups, compared to 1 placebo group, for the determination of the efficacy and safety of subcutaneous immunotherapy in patients with rhinitis/rhinoconjunctivitis with mild to moderate asthma, sensitised to Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus and /or Dermatophagoides farinae.Start: October 2020
Efficacy and Safety Evaluation for the Treatment of Allergy Against Grass and Olive Pollen
Prospective, multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial of efficacy and safety with subcutaneous immunotherapy in patients with mild to moderate rhinitis / rhinoconjunctivitis with or without mild to moderate asthma sensitized to grasses and oliveStart: May 2021
Lung-Resident Memory Th2 Cells in Asthma
Determining how memory T helper type 2 (Th2) initiate recall responses to aeroallergens has the potential to change the therapeutic approach to allergic asthma, the most common asthma subtype. ~5-10% of effector Th2 cells recruited into the lung give rise to long-lived tissue resident memory cells that are poised to respond upon allergen re-exposure.Consequently, targeting memory Th2 cell activation is an attractive therapeutic strategy. However, it is not well understood how allergen inhalation initiates a memory Th2 cell response in the lung. The focus of this new study on the role of lung-resident memory Th2 cells in orchestrating the recall response to allergen in the lung, including the recruitment and activation of circulating Th2 cells, is a natural, timely and exciting extension of the investigators' ongoing Allergen Challenge Protocol.Start: May 2019
Plant Stanol Esters and Preventing Asthma Symptoms
Plant stanols are known to lower low-density lipoprotein cholesterol. However, studies have suggested that these compounds also influence the immune system. Asthmatic responses are predominantly T helper (Th)2 cell dependent, while plant stanols were previously found to activate Th1 cells and shift the immune response away from the Th2 cell dominant asthmatic response. The question now is whether this also translates into a reduction of clinical symptoms in asthma patients.The primary objective of this study is to demonstrate clinical benefits of prolonged consumption of plant stanols (delivered via plant stanol esters) in asthma patients. The secondary objectives are to evaluate the mechanisms via which plant stanols modulate the immune system and to evaluate the effects of plant stanol ester consumption on cardiovascular (CVD) risk parameters.Start: April 2019
Effects of Low Dose Ozone on Airway Inflammatory Responses in Adults With Asthma - Sedentary Nasal Ozone (Asthma SNOZ)
To determine if low levels of ozone (O3) encountered on a typical day in Chapel Hill will decrease spirometric values in mild asthmatics.Start: December 2019
Anti-IgE Monoclonal Antibody Treatment in Patients With Allergic Asthma.
This is a multi-centre, randomized, double-blind?placebo parallel-controlled phase III study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of CMAB007 (recombinant humanized anti-immunoglobulin E(IgE) monoclonal antibody for injection) to treat asthma patients who remain not adequately controlled despite Med/high ICS plus LABA in China. Following a screening period of up to 2 weeks and run-in period of 4 weeks, randomized patients will enter a 24-week treatment period with CMAB007 or placebo. Efficacy and safety will be assessed at 4-week intervals during the treatment period.Start: May 2018