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CLINICAL TRIALS PROFILE FOR SHR-1210

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Clinical Trials for SHR-1210

Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Summary
NCT00434499 Effect of EGCG on the Body's Response to Insulin Withdrawn University of Maryland Phase 2 This study will examine whether epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), a major component of green tea, affects how the body responds to insulin in healthy and obese people. Insulin is not as effective in people who are overweight, have high blood pressure or diabetes. This condition is known as insulin resistance. Laboratory studies suggest that green tea or EGCG treatment lowers blood pressure, lowers blood sugar and increases blood flow. This study will see if EGCG improves insulin resistance or insulin's effects on blood flow in people with insulin resistance. Healthy normal weight or overweight people between 21 and 65 years of age may be eligible for this study. Participants are randomly assigned to take EGCG or a placebo ( inactive dummy pill ) in two 4-week treatment phases with a 2-week period of no study medication before each treatment phase. After the first 4-week treatment, patients on placebo are switched to EGCG and those on EGCG are switched to placebo. In addition to treatment, participants undergo the following procedures during the study period: - Screening, including medical history, physical examination and blood and urine tests, and finger-stick blood sugar measurement for patients with diabetes - Complete a dietary and physical activity questionnaire and consult with a dietitian - Blood and urine tests - At-home and clinic blood pressure monitoring - Glucose clamp test to measure how the body responds to insulin. This test is done three times during the study. A needle is placed in a vein in each of the subject's arms, one for sampling blood and the other for infusing insulin, glucose and potassium. Glucose and insulin levels, electrolytes, lipids, fatty acids, cytokines and epicatechin are measured. - Forearm blood flow measurement with microbubbles and ultrasound. Before beginning the glucose clamp test, a test of how well the blood vessels relax is done. A device that measures the size of the artery in the upper arm is placed above the elbow. Blood flow in the muscle of the forearm is measured by ultrasound using a small infusion through a vein of microbubble contrast agent consisting of gas-filled bubbles the size of red blood cells. The contrast agent is infused over a 7- to 9-minute period at the beginning of the glucose clamp test and again 2 hours after the beginning of the test.
NCT01006460 A Study With Arctic Root Compared With the Extract When Combined With Schizandra and Russian Root (Adapt 232), Standardized Ginseng Extract and Placebo Regarding Impact on the Level of Energy, Ability to Work Under Stress, Quality of Life and Wellbei Completed Frederiksberg University Hospital N/A This is clinical trial to document the efficacy of a proprietary standardized extract of Arctic root in comparison to a standardized commercial extract of ginseng and placebo from an every day consumer perspective to ameliorate mild depression, reduce stress and improve quality of life. A newly developed adaptogenic formulation, Adapt 232, was included into the study in order to evaluate its effect in comparison to the others.
NCT01530711 Treatment of Hepatorenal Syndrome With Terlipressin Infusion Adjusted to Hemodynamic Response Active, not recruiting Pere Gines Phase 4 Observe the effect of terlipressin on renal function in patients with SHR type I adjusting the dose based on hemodynamic response.
NCT02048644 Effect of Fostair® on Biomarkers of Platelet Adhesion in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Completed Chiesi Farmaceutici S.p.A. Phase 2 The investigator has recently studied markers of platelet activation in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) and found that in IPF patients there is a significantly increased platelet reactivity when compared with controls which is demonstrated by a concentration dependent increase in platelet-monocyte complex formation, platelet P-selectin expression and platelet fibrinogen binding in the presence of` the platelet agonists Adenosine diphosphate and L- Threonyl- L- phenylalanyl- L- leucyl- L- leucyl- L-argininamide (TFLLR). During platelet activation the platelets degranulate releasing numerous profibrotic cytokines including Transforming growth factor beta and Platelet derived growth factor that are recognised to be important in the pathogenesis of IPF. It is therefore plausible that the observed increased platelet reactivity in IPF contributes to the fibrotic process through local activation and degranulation with release of proinflammatory and profibrotic mediators within the pulmonary circulation. There is evidence that corticosteroid treatment may alter platelet adhesion, in a study of spontaneously hypertensive rat (SHR) increased circulating glucocorticoid, suppressed p-selectin expression. p selectin is a transmembrane protein present in the α granules of platelets. P selectin has a crucial role in platelet aggregation and platelet-leukocyte interactions, which are both potentially important mechanisms in the initiation and/or progression of tissue injury and development of thrombosis. In a study of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) exacerbation these were treated with either β agonists alone or β agonist and 40mg prednisolone and compared with a control group. At presentation the COPD patients had higher pulmonary artery pressure (PAP) higher p selectin and fibrinogen levels but lower Antithrombin III levels (AT III). The pulmonary artery pressure and fibrinogen levels were found to be significantly decreased in the steroid treated group whilst the p-selectin levels further increased in the non steroidal therapy patients. Rationale for the Current Study There is a significant unmet medical need for the treatment of IPF; the only medication approved for treatment of IPF in the United Kingdom (UK) is Pirfenidone and outside the UK there is none. The main goal of the current study is to evaluate the effect of Fostair on the biomarkers of platelet activation in IPF disease which the investigator believes play a pivotal role in the pathogenesis of IPF and whether this translates in to a clinically beneficial effect of Fostair on IPF disease.
NCT02048644 Effect of Fostair® on Biomarkers of Platelet Adhesion in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Completed Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Phase 2 The investigator has recently studied markers of platelet activation in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) and found that in IPF patients there is a significantly increased platelet reactivity when compared with controls which is demonstrated by a concentration dependent increase in platelet-monocyte complex formation, platelet P-selectin expression and platelet fibrinogen binding in the presence of` the platelet agonists Adenosine diphosphate and L- Threonyl- L- phenylalanyl- L- leucyl- L- leucyl- L-argininamide (TFLLR). During platelet activation the platelets degranulate releasing numerous profibrotic cytokines including Transforming growth factor beta and Platelet derived growth factor that are recognised to be important in the pathogenesis of IPF. It is therefore plausible that the observed increased platelet reactivity in IPF contributes to the fibrotic process through local activation and degranulation with release of proinflammatory and profibrotic mediators within the pulmonary circulation. There is evidence that corticosteroid treatment may alter platelet adhesion, in a study of spontaneously hypertensive rat (SHR) increased circulating glucocorticoid, suppressed p-selectin expression. p selectin is a transmembrane protein present in the α granules of platelets. P selectin has a crucial role in platelet aggregation and platelet-leukocyte interactions, which are both potentially important mechanisms in the initiation and/or progression of tissue injury and development of thrombosis. In a study of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) exacerbation these were treated with either β agonists alone or β agonist and 40mg prednisolone and compared with a control group. At presentation the COPD patients had higher pulmonary artery pressure (PAP) higher p selectin and fibrinogen levels but lower Antithrombin III levels (AT III). The pulmonary artery pressure and fibrinogen levels were found to be significantly decreased in the steroid treated group whilst the p-selectin levels further increased in the non steroidal therapy patients. Rationale for the Current Study There is a significant unmet medical need for the treatment of IPF; the only medication approved for treatment of IPF in the United Kingdom (UK) is Pirfenidone and outside the UK there is none. The main goal of the current study is to evaluate the effect of Fostair on the biomarkers of platelet activation in IPF disease which the investigator believes play a pivotal role in the pathogenesis of IPF and whether this translates in to a clinically beneficial effect of Fostair on IPF disease.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for SHR-1210

Condition Name

Condition Name for
Intervention Trials
Hepatocellular Carcinoma 7
Gastric Cancer 7
Solid Tumor 5
Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma 4
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Condition MeSH

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Intervention Trials
Carcinoma 19
Esophageal Neoplasms 13
Neoplasms 13
Lymphoma 9
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Clinical Trial Locations for SHR-1210

Trials by Country

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Location Trials
China 73
United States 4
Australia 2
Spain 2
United Kingdom 1
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Rhode Island 1
California 1
Arizona 1
Maryland 1
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Clinical Trial Progress for SHR-1210

Clinical Trial Phase

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Phase 4 1
Phase 3 14
Phase 2 52
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Clinical Trial Status

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Not yet recruiting 69
Recruiting 42
Enrolling by invitation 3
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for SHR-1210

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Sponsor Trials
Jiangsu HengRui Medicine Co., Ltd. 68
Chinese PLA General Hospital 6
Sun Yat-sen University 5
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Sponsor Type

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Industry 74
Other 64
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