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CLINICAL TRIALS PROFILE FOR CYTOMEL

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Clinical Trials for Cytomel

Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Summary
NCT00208702 Thyroid Medication and Antidepressants for Treating Major Depression Completed National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Phase 4 This study will evaluate the effectiveness of treatment with supplemental triiodothyronine (T3, Cytomel) and sertraline (Zoloft), a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), in improving symptoms of major depressive disorder (MDD).
NCT00208702 Thyroid Medication and Antidepressants for Treating Major Depression Completed Emory University Phase 4 This study will evaluate the effectiveness of treatment with supplemental triiodothyronine (T3, Cytomel) and sertraline (Zoloft), a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), in improving symptoms of major depressive disorder (MDD).
NCT00265980 Leptin in Human Energy and Neuroendocrine Homeostasis Active, not recruiting Columbia University N/A Previous work in our laboratory, and many others, has shown that body weight is regulated. When anyone, fat or thin, tries to maintain a reduced body weight, many systems affecting energy balance (skeletal muscle, neuroendocrine, and autonomic systems) conspire to slow metabolic rate thus favoring the regain of lost weight. Individuals with leptin deficiency are remarkably similar to weight-reduced individuals. Their metabolism, thyroid hormones, and sympathetic nervous system activity are all low despite their obesity. While administration of leptin to leptin-deficient humans results in substantial weight loss and increases in energy expenditure. However, leptin administration to leptin-sufficient humans at usual body weight has little or no effect on weight unless given in doses 10-20 times what would be considered to be in the normal physiological range. This study examines the hypothesis that leptin is "read" by various systems regulating energy balance as an indicator of how much energy we have stored and that the body perceives the weight-reduced state as a condition of relative leptin insufficiency. Within this model, restoration of leptin to levels present prior to weight loss should relieve much of the metabolic opposition to keeping weight off. Preliminary studies support this hypothesis. Healthy lean and overweight subjects are admiited to the General Clinical Research Center at Columbia University Medical College and placed on a liquid formula diet. Calories are adjusted until weight is stable and then subjects undergo testing of neuroendocrine, autonomic, and metabolic function. All subjects undergo an in-patient 10% weight reduction. Subjects are studied in a single blind placebo control design in which they are studied at usual weight and while maintaining a 10% reduced weight. At either usual weight or reduced state subjects undergo a single blind crossover placebo/control study in which they receive placebo,lepin injections while on an isocaloric diet either at usual weight or following a 10% weight loss. Leptin injections are given in doses that restored 8AM circulating leptin concentrations to those present at initial body weight.
NCT00265980 Leptin in Human Energy and Neuroendocrine Homeostasis Active, not recruiting National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) N/A Previous work in our laboratory, and many others, has shown that body weight is regulated. When anyone, fat or thin, tries to maintain a reduced body weight, many systems affecting energy balance (skeletal muscle, neuroendocrine, and autonomic systems) conspire to slow metabolic rate thus favoring the regain of lost weight. Individuals with leptin deficiency are remarkably similar to weight-reduced individuals. Their metabolism, thyroid hormones, and sympathetic nervous system activity are all low despite their obesity. While administration of leptin to leptin-deficient humans results in substantial weight loss and increases in energy expenditure. However, leptin administration to leptin-sufficient humans at usual body weight has little or no effect on weight unless given in doses 10-20 times what would be considered to be in the normal physiological range. This study examines the hypothesis that leptin is "read" by various systems regulating energy balance as an indicator of how much energy we have stored and that the body perceives the weight-reduced state as a condition of relative leptin insufficiency. Within this model, restoration of leptin to levels present prior to weight loss should relieve much of the metabolic opposition to keeping weight off. Preliminary studies support this hypothesis. Healthy lean and overweight subjects are admiited to the General Clinical Research Center at Columbia University Medical College and placed on a liquid formula diet. Calories are adjusted until weight is stable and then subjects undergo testing of neuroendocrine, autonomic, and metabolic function. All subjects undergo an in-patient 10% weight reduction. Subjects are studied in a single blind placebo control design in which they are studied at usual weight and while maintaining a 10% reduced weight. At either usual weight or reduced state subjects undergo a single blind crossover placebo/control study in which they receive placebo,lepin injections while on an isocaloric diet either at usual weight or following a 10% weight loss. Leptin injections are given in doses that restored 8AM circulating leptin concentrations to those present at initial body weight.
NCT00265980 Leptin in Human Energy and Neuroendocrine Homeostasis Active, not recruiting Michael Rosenbaum N/A Previous work in our laboratory, and many others, has shown that body weight is regulated. When anyone, fat or thin, tries to maintain a reduced body weight, many systems affecting energy balance (skeletal muscle, neuroendocrine, and autonomic systems) conspire to slow metabolic rate thus favoring the regain of lost weight. Individuals with leptin deficiency are remarkably similar to weight-reduced individuals. Their metabolism, thyroid hormones, and sympathetic nervous system activity are all low despite their obesity. While administration of leptin to leptin-deficient humans results in substantial weight loss and increases in energy expenditure. However, leptin administration to leptin-sufficient humans at usual body weight has little or no effect on weight unless given in doses 10-20 times what would be considered to be in the normal physiological range. This study examines the hypothesis that leptin is "read" by various systems regulating energy balance as an indicator of how much energy we have stored and that the body perceives the weight-reduced state as a condition of relative leptin insufficiency. Within this model, restoration of leptin to levels present prior to weight loss should relieve much of the metabolic opposition to keeping weight off. Preliminary studies support this hypothesis. Healthy lean and overweight subjects are admiited to the General Clinical Research Center at Columbia University Medical College and placed on a liquid formula diet. Calories are adjusted until weight is stable and then subjects undergo testing of neuroendocrine, autonomic, and metabolic function. All subjects undergo an in-patient 10% weight reduction. Subjects are studied in a single blind placebo control design in which they are studied at usual weight and while maintaining a 10% reduced weight. At either usual weight or reduced state subjects undergo a single blind crossover placebo/control study in which they receive placebo,lepin injections while on an isocaloric diet either at usual weight or following a 10% weight loss. Leptin injections are given in doses that restored 8AM circulating leptin concentrations to those present at initial body weight.
NCT00296686 Sequential Tranylcypromine (TC), TC + Dextroamphetamine and TC + Triiodothyronine for Refractory Depression Terminated New York State Psychiatric Institute Phase 4 This pilot study will assess the efficacy of several sequential pharmacological treatments for patients with Refractory Depression.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for Cytomel

Condition Name

Condition Name for Cytomel
Intervention Trials
Major Depression 2
Subclinical Hypothyroidism 1
Hypercholesterolemia 1
Obesity 1
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Condition MeSH

Condition MeSH for Cytomel
Intervention Trials
Depressive Disorder, Major 2
Depressive Disorder 2
Hypothyroidism 2
Depression 2
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Clinical Trial Locations for Cytomel

Trials by Country

Trials by Country for Cytomel
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United States 9
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Trials by US State

Trials by US State for Cytomel
Location Trials
Maryland 2
New York 2
Pennsylvania 1
Minnesota 1
North Dakota 1
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Clinical Trial Progress for Cytomel

Clinical Trial Phase

Clinical Trial Phase for Cytomel
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Phase 4 2
Phase 1/Phase 2 1
Phase 1 3
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Clinical Trial Status

Clinical Trial Status for Cytomel
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Terminated 3
Completed 3
Recruiting 2
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for Cytomel

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Sponsor Name for Cytomel
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Johns Hopkins University 2
New York State Psychiatric Institute 1
University of Pennsylvania 1
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Sponsor Type

Sponsor Type for Cytomel
Sponsor Trials
Other 9
NIH 3
Industry 1
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