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Clinical Trials for Cellobiose

Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Summary
NCT00463697 A Study To Investigate The Effect Of Inhaling A Single Dose Of GW642444M In Asthmatic Patients Completed GlaxoSmithKline Phase 1 This study will involve the use of a new compound, GW642444 that is being developed for the treatment of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It works by acting on cells in the lungs, causing some of the muscles around the lungs to relax and open up better (bronchodilation), making breathing easier. When a medicine is made into a form ready to be given to patients, the active ingredient is often prepared with another ingredient called a salt to help make it stable, and inactive ingredients are often added. Inactive ingredients might be used to help a medicine work better, to make it easier to produce the medicine, or to make it easier to get an accurate dose of medicine. In previous studies the study drug has been given as a dry powder containing either the "H" salt (with the inactive ingredient lactose), or containing the "M" salt (with the inactive ingredients lactose and cellobiose octaacetate). The "M" salt form of the study drug has been altered to contain lactose and a new inactive ingredient called magnesium stearate (instead of cellobiose octaacetate). Participants in this study will receive both the "H" salt (GW642444H) and the new "M" salt (GW642444M) containing magnesium stearate. This study will be the first time the new "M" salt form of the study drug will be given to asthmatic patients.
NCT00519376 A Study To Investigate The Effect Of Inhaling A Single Dose Of GW642444M In COPD Patients. Completed GlaxoSmithKline Phase 2 This study will involve the use of a new compound, GW642444 that is being developed for the treatment of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It works by acting on cells in the lungs, causing some of the muscles around the lungs to relax and open up better (bronchodilation), making breathing easier. When a medicine is made into a form ready to be given to patients, the active ingredient is often prepared in the form of a salt, and inactive ingredients (excipients) are often added. Inactive ingredients might be used to help a medicine work better, to make it easier to produce the medicine, or to make it easier to get an accurate dose of medicine. In previous studies the study drug has been given as a dry powder in the form of either the 'H' salt (with the excipient lactose), or in the form of the 'M' salt (with the excipients lactose and cellobiose octaacetate). In this study the 'M' salt form of the study drug has been prepared with lactose and a new excipient called magnesium stearate (instead of cellobiose octaacetate). Participants in this study will receive both the 'H' salt (GW642444H) and the new 'M' salt (GW642444M) containing magnesium stearate. This study will be the first time the new 'M' salt form of the study drug will be given to COPD patients.
NCT00522678 Repeat Dose GW685698X With Magnesium Stearate, Excipient Bridging Study, In Healthy Volunteers Completed GlaxoSmithKline Phase 1 GW685698X is a novel glucocorticoid receptor agonist that is being developed as an orally inhaled treatment for asthma. In previous studies inhaled GW685698X was administered as a dry powder containing either lactose alone or lactose and cellobiose octaacetate. However, future dry powder GW685698X formulations will contain lactose and magnesium stearate. This study will be the first administration of this new GW685698X dry powder formulation in man and will provide safety and tolerability data to support the further development of this formulation.
NCT00732472 A Study to Assess the Safety and Tolerability of Once Daily Inhaled Doses of GSK573719 Made With Magnesium Stearate in Subjects With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease(COPD)for 7 Days Completed GlaxoSmithKline Phase 2 The study drug which is an inhaled bronchodilator (lung airway relaxant)has been given to both healthy volunteers and to COPD patients before. This study will assess a new formulation of GSK573719. Many drugs are known to deteriorate over time. To make the study medicine less likely to deteriorate in its container, it is mixed with an inactive substance that helps to to maintain the quality of the study medicine. Previous studies have looked at GSK573719 with another inactive substance called Cellobiose Octaacetate (COA). This study will be looking at a new formulation of GSK573719 using Magnesium Stearate (MgSt) as the inactive substance. MgSt itself is not a medicine but is approved as a food ingredient and has also has been approved to be used in a number of marketed medical inhalers. The purpose of this study is to assess the safety and tolerability of compound GSK573719 with Magnesium Stearate for once-daily treatment of COPD(Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). This drug will be given to 2 groups of 12 people for 7 days. Group 1 will receive 250mcg or placebo and group 2 will receive 1000mcg or placebo. Group 2 will not be dosed until at least 6 people have completed dosing in group 1 without any significant safety concerns. The following safety measures will be assessed including: ECGs, heart rate, blood pressure, blood samples for safety labs, lung function and 24 hour monitoring of the heart. We will also take blood and urine samples to measure medication levels in the body. GlaxoSmithKline will be funding the research and it will be recruiting at Synexus in 7 of their centres in the UK.
NCT01632462 A Prospective, Placebo Controlled, Double-Blind, Cross-over Study on the Effects of a Probiotic Preparation (VSL#3) on Metabolic Profile, Intestinal Permeability, Microbiota, Cytokines and Chemokines Expression and Other Inflammatory Markers in Pedia Unknown status Federico II University Phase 4 Background VSL#3 has been reported as an effective adjuvant therapy both in inducing and maintaining remission in pediatric patients affected by Ulcerative Colitis. In addition, it has been shown that VSL#3 is able to modulates barrier function, intestinal permeability, and innate host functions, which if altered, could have a profound impact on the state of colitis. However it is still unclear how VSL#3-induced changes in microbial composition affect the status of intestinal inflammation and no study have investigated the efficacy of VSL#3 in the maintenance of remission in pediatric patients with Crohn's disease (CD). Objectives The purpose of this study will be to evaluate the effect of a probiotic formulation, VSL#3, versus placebo, on metabolic profile, intestinal permeability, microbiota, cytokines and chemokines expression in pediatric patients with CD in remission of disease. In addition, the efficacy of VSL#3 on the maintenance of remission will be assessed and the safety and the tolerability of the probiotic formula will be evaluated. Methods This investigation will be a prospective, multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over trial. The study will include 50 children affected by CD in remission of disease, as defined by a PCDAI < 10, under treatment with Azathioprine associated or not to 5-ASA and will be articulated in 6 months as follows. All children will be randomised to a treatment group receiving for 2 months either 1-2 packet containing 900 billion bacteria/day of VSL#3 according to their weight, and a group receiving the placebo drug. Assignment to therapy or placebo will be determined according to a computer-generated randomization scheme. At the completion of the 8 weeks, a "wash-out" period of 6 weeks will be done, when no preparation will be administered. Then each patient will be switched to the other group and followed likewise for further 8 weeks. All patients will continue regular medications throughout the study period. A group of 10 volunteer healthy children, comparable in age and sex, will be used as reference group for the analysis of metabolic profile. Patients will be assessed clinically at baseline and every 8 weeks until the completion of the study, at 24 weeks or at the time of relapse. At every visit data will be collected including patient questionnaires regarding disease activity (stool frequency, stool consistency, hematochezia, abdominal pain, extraintestinal manifestations of disease, and overall patient functioning). Additional information collected at the first visit included demographic data, family history, and symptom onset. Physical examination will be performed at each visit by a paediatrician and included an abdominal examination and examination for extraintestinal manifestations of CD. Routine blood tests for CD, cellobiose/mannitol small intestinal permeability study, stool cultures, stool calprotectin, will be performed at every visit and/or at the time of relapse. Urine will be collected for the analysis of metabolic profile with mono and bi-dimensional high-resolution 1H NMR spectroscopy. PCDAI and a physician's global assessment will be used to measure disease activity. At baseline and at 24 weeks the patients will undergo ileocolonoscopy to evaluate and endoscopic and histological activity of disease. Evaluation of microbiota on biopsies and stool samples will be performed at the time of ileocolonoscopies using Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization. Colon biopsies cultures will be performed in order to evaluate cytokines and chemokines patterns by multiplex assay. Additional data will be collected during the study regarding the safety and tolerability of therapy with VSL #3. Statistical analysis will be performed using SPSS version 15 (SPSS Inc, Chicago, Illinois, USA). Variables will be screened for their distribution and appropriate parametric or non parametric tests will be adopted as required. Cross-tabulations will be evaluated by using the Fisher test and χ2test. Statistical significance will be predetermined as P < 0.05. Expected results The investigators expect to find profound alterations in metabolic profiles, intestinal permeability, microbiota, cytokines and chemokine patterns of patients affected by CD. The administration of VSL#3 is expected to ameliorate all these alterations eventually identified. From a clinical point of view the effects of VSL#3 could be translated in prolonged clinical remission maintenance, offering a new therapeutic tool in the treatment of CD.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for Cellobiose

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Intervention Trials
Pulmonary Disease, Chronic Obstructive 3
Crohn's Disease 1
Asthma 1
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Intervention Trials
Pulmonary Disease, Chronic Obstructive 3
Lung Diseases 3
Chronic Disease 3
Crohn Disease 1
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Clinical Trial Locations for Cellobiose

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United Kingdom 6
Germany 3
Australia 1
Italy 1
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Clinical Trial Progress for Cellobiose

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Phase 4 1
Phase 2 2
Phase 1 2
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Completed 4
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for Cellobiose

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GlaxoSmithKline 4
Federico II University 1
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