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CLINICAL TRIALS PROFILE FOR AGALSIDASE BETA

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All Clinical Trials for agalsidase beta

Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Start Date Summary
NCT00068107 ↗ Dosing Study of Replagal in Patients With Fabry Disease Completed National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Phase 2 2003-09-01 This study will determine the safety and effectiveness of increasing Replagal infusions in certain patients with Fabry disease. Replagal is a genetically engineered form of Alpha-galactosidase A, an enzyme that normally breaks down a fatty substance called globotriaosylceramide (Gb3). In patients with Fabry disease, Alpha-galactosidase A does not function properly and, therefore, Gb3 builds up, causing problems with the kidneys, heart, nerves, and blood vessels. Patients with Fabry disease who are participating in NIH protocol 00-N-0185 or 02-N-0220 may be eligible for this study. This includes patients who are currently taking Replagal but whose kidney function continues to worsen, or patients who have certain test results that are much improved after Replagal infusion. Participants will receive Replagal infusions (0.2 mg/kg body weight) through a vein once a week (as opposed to the previous dosage of once every 2 weeks) for up to 2 years. The first infusion, and some others, are given at the NIH Clinical Center, but most are administered by the patient's local doctor. Vital signs are measured before, immediately after, and 1 hour after each infusion. Baseline evaluations are done on an inpatient basis at the NIH Clinical Center over a 1-week period before and after the first Replagal infusion and at 6-month intervals during the study. Tests include a check of vital signs (temperature, respiratory rate, pulse rate, and blood pressure); weight measurement; physical and neurological examinations; routine blood and urine tests; 24-hour urine collection; electrocardiogram; and review of treatment side effects. In addition, the following tests are done: - Quantitative sensory testing: This is a non-invasive test to measure the ability to sense warm, cold and vibration in the hand and foot. - QSART: This test measures the amount of sweat in a particular area of skin that did not sweat enough. A small amount of a medicine called acetylcholine is put on the skin and made to enter the skin using a very small electric current. - Doppler skin blood flow: This test measures blood flow to the blood vessels of the skin. A machine takes pictures of blood flow in the skin of the forearm using a laser beam. Pictures are taken before and during application of medicines that cause blood vessels to dilate. Acetylcholine is used on one forearm and nitroprusside is used on the other. The medication is made to enter the skin using a small el...
NCT00068107 ↗ Dosing Study of Replagal in Patients With Fabry Disease Completed Baylor Research Institute Phase 2 2003-09-01 This study will determine the safety and effectiveness of increasing Replagal infusions in certain patients with Fabry disease. Replagal is a genetically engineered form of Alpha-galactosidase A, an enzyme that normally breaks down a fatty substance called globotriaosylceramide (Gb3). In patients with Fabry disease, Alpha-galactosidase A does not function properly and, therefore, Gb3 builds up, causing problems with the kidneys, heart, nerves, and blood vessels. Patients with Fabry disease who are participating in NIH protocol 00-N-0185 or 02-N-0220 may be eligible for this study. This includes patients who are currently taking Replagal but whose kidney function continues to worsen, or patients who have certain test results that are much improved after Replagal infusion. Participants will receive Replagal infusions (0.2 mg/kg body weight) through a vein once a week (as opposed to the previous dosage of once every 2 weeks) for up to 2 years. The first infusion, and some others, are given at the NIH Clinical Center, but most are administered by the patient's local doctor. Vital signs are measured before, immediately after, and 1 hour after each infusion. Baseline evaluations are done on an inpatient basis at the NIH Clinical Center over a 1-week period before and after the first Replagal infusion and at 6-month intervals during the study. Tests include a check of vital signs (temperature, respiratory rate, pulse rate, and blood pressure); weight measurement; physical and neurological examinations; routine blood and urine tests; 24-hour urine collection; electrocardiogram; and review of treatment side effects. In addition, the following tests are done: - Quantitative sensory testing: This is a non-invasive test to measure the ability to sense warm, cold and vibration in the hand and foot. - QSART: This test measures the amount of sweat in a particular area of skin that did not sweat enough. A small amount of a medicine called acetylcholine is put on the skin and made to enter the skin using a very small electric current. - Doppler skin blood flow: This test measures blood flow to the blood vessels of the skin. A machine takes pictures of blood flow in the skin of the forearm using a laser beam. Pictures are taken before and during application of medicines that cause blood vessels to dilate. Acetylcholine is used on one forearm and nitroprusside is used on the other. The medication is made to enter the skin using a small el...
NCT00075244 ↗ Alternative Dosing and Regimen of Replagal to Treat Fabry Disease Completed National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Phase 2 2004-01-01 The main goal of this study is to assess the pharmacodynamic effects of different or more frequent doses of Replagal compared to the standard dosing regimen. Replagal is a genetically engineered form of alpha-Galactosidase A, an enzyme that normally breaks down a fatty substance called globotriaosylceramide (Gb(3)). In patients with Fabry disease, GB(3) does not function properly and therefore builds up causing problems with the kidneys, heart, nerves, and blood vessels. Male patients 18 years of age or older with Fabry disease who are not on dialysis and have not received a kidney transplant may be eligible for this study. Participants are randomly assigned to receive one of the following five regimens of Replagal infusions, given through a vein over 20 to 80 minutes: 0.1 mg/kg body weight every week 0.2 mg/kg body weight every week 0.2 mg/kg body weight every other week 0.4 mg/kg body weight every week 0.4 mg/kg body wieght every other week In the US, the infusions are given at the NIH Clinical Center. Vital signs are measured before, immediately after, and 1 hour after each infusion. Baseline evaluations are done on an inpatient or outpatient basis. Baseline tests include a check of vital signs (temperature, respiratory rate, pulse rate, and blood pressure); physical examination; laboratory tests; and review of treatment side effects. Evaluations are also done at every infusion visit, and 1 week and 1 month after the last infusion. Safety evaluations are done periodically and include vital sign measurements, physical examination, blood and urine tests, review of drug side effects, electrocardiogram (ECG), Holder monitor (2 hour ECG), and QSART (NIH only). The QSART (quantitative sudomotor axon reflex test) measures the amount of sweat in a particular area of skin, mostly the forearm. For this test, a cup partly filled with a liquid is strapped on the arm. A weak electric current is turned on, stimulating the sweat glands, and the amount of sweat produced is measured. There is a tingling sensation when the current is turned on. Patients who complete the study will be offered the opportunity of receiving Replagal for 6 months in an extension study.
NCT00084084 ↗ Replagal Enzyme Replacement Therapy for Children With Fabry Disease Completed Shire Phase 2 2004-06-10 Primary Objective(s): - To assess the safety of Replagal at a dose of 0.2 mg/kg administered over 40 (+/-10) minutes in children with Fabry disease - To assess the effect of Replagal on heart rate variability in patients 7 to 17 years of age Secondary Objective(s): - To determine the pharmacokinetics of Replagal at baseline and after the initiation of enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) - To determine exploratory measurements of efficacy including renal function (ie, estimated glomerular filtration rate [eGFR] and creatinine clearance), clinical outcomes (in Cohorts 1 and 2), and sweating and left ventricular mass index (LVMI) (Cohort 1, Phase 1 only)
NCT00140621 ↗ A Safety and Efficacy Study of Fabrazyme┬« Replacement Therapy in Patients With Cardiac Fabry Disease Completed Genzyme, a Sanofi Company Phase 4 2005-07-01 This is a multi-center, open label, phase IV study conducted to evaluate the efficacy and safety of agalsidase beta (Fabrazyme [recombinant form]) administered by intravenous drip infusion in participants with cardiac Fabry disease. Participants participated for 4 weeks or less in the baseline period and 156 weeks for the treatment period.
NCT00233870 ↗ A Long Term Safety and Efficacy Study of Fabrazyme Replacement Therapy in Japanese Patients With Fabry Disease. Completed Genzyme, a Sanofi Company 2004-06-01 The purpose of this survey is to identify any concerns regarding the following efficacy and safety-related issues in clinical practice with the new drugs "Fabrazyme for intravenous infusion 5mg" and "Fabrazyme for intravenous infusion 35mg" and to confirm the safety of these products in long-term use in the clinical setting. 1. New adverse drug reactions (ADRs) that cannot be predicted from the Precautions (in particular, clinically significant ADRs) 2. The incidence of ADRs under the actual conditions of use of the drug 3. Causal factors that might potentially affect safety 4. Efficacy evaluation in long-term use This survey will be conducted in accordance with the approval condition established for Fabrazyme: "To conduct a special surveillance of Efficacy and Safety in long term treatment and Pediatric with the drug."
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Clinical Trial Conditions for agalsidase beta

Condition Name

Condition Name for agalsidase beta
Intervention Trials
Fabry Disease 11
Fabry's Disease 2
Proteinuria 1
Anderson-Fabry Disease 1
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Condition MeSH

Condition MeSH for agalsidase beta
Intervention Trials
Fabry Disease 14
Proteinuria 1
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Clinical Trial Locations for agalsidase beta

Trials by Country

Trials by Country for agalsidase beta
Location Trials
United States 37
Canada 8
Japan 7
Australia 6
France 3
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Trials by US State

Trials by US State for agalsidase beta
Location Trials
Maryland 5
Virginia 3
Georgia 3
Kansas 2
Massachusetts 2
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Clinical Trial Progress for agalsidase beta

Clinical Trial Phase

Clinical Trial Phase for agalsidase beta
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Phase 4 5
Phase 3 1
Phase 2 4
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Clinical Trial Status

Clinical Trial Status for agalsidase beta
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Completed 9
Unknown status 2
Recruiting 2
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for agalsidase beta

Sponsor Name

Sponsor Name for agalsidase beta
Sponsor Trials
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) 3
Genzyme, a Sanofi Company 3
Amicus Therapeutics 2
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Sponsor Type

Sponsor Type for agalsidase beta
Sponsor Trials
Industry 7
Other 6
NIH 3
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