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This study investigates the sensory profile of people suffering from whiplash associated disorders (WAD) during rehabilitation.
The trial is an open-label, 2-period, single-sequence assessment of CYP3A4 inhibition by aramchol using the probe substrates midazolam and atorvastatin to assess CYP3A4 activity.
The main aim of this study is to test spirometry measurements using EIT with a calibration using tidal volume obtained from the simultaneous standard spirometry measurement. Another goal is to compare, based on the calibration, the spirometry parameters obtained from separate measurements using EIT and the standard spirometry using a pneumotachograph. All spirometry measurements will be conducted in accordance with the latest available standards of the American Thoracic Society (ATS) and European Respiratory Society (ERS) from the year 2005, including their emendation from 2017.
The aim of the study is to identify neural signatures, behavioral and phenomenological expressions of self-related processes including: sense of agency, semantic distinction between self and other, selflessness (altruism), social agency, embodied self (interoception), perceptual functioning of dissolved self including hallucinations and crossmodal processing, and finally the mystical type dissolution of the self.
The main purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety of a study drug known as LY3090106 in healthy Caucasian and Japanese participants. Side effects and tolerability will be documented. Blood samples will be taken to compare how the body handles the drug. The study will last about 12 weeks, not including screening or additional follow-up.
The aim is to evaluate the performance of Cardioskin and Neuronaute, two connected medical devices CE-marked, manufactured by Bioserenity. It's an open monocentric comparative clinical study, where subjects will test the Cardioskin device and/or the Neuronaute device.
To assess how long extended release prototype capsule formulations stay in the stomach as determined by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). To evaluate the safety of several extended release capsule formulations (LYN-PLT) and a placebo capsule.
It is well known that dietary protein is a powerful transient stimulator of the muscle protein synthetic rate (MPS) whereby changes in MPS in response to feeding may be regulated by specific downstream target proteins of mammalian target of rapamycin signaling, such as S6K1, rpS6, and eIF2B. A meal deficient in protein, however, does not increase the rate of MPS because a rise in the bioavailability of amino acids does not occur. In addition, the source of dietary proteins has been shown to impact postprandial blood levels of amino acids. The concept that certain types of proteins are "fast acting" or "slow acting" has been shown to affect the postprandial profile of amino acids appearing in the systemic circulation. Native whey and micellar casein are both dairy proteins that contain a similar amount of essential (EAA), but blood EAA levels increase faster and to a higher level after the consumption of whey protein. Differences in gastric emptying, digestion and absorption kinetics between micellar casein and native whey are the underlying factors. Nonetheless, micellar casein protein has been shown to protract MPS in humans. Despite the significant amount of information gained with respect to both of these protein sources, the effects of combinatorial formulations on the postprandial profile of amino acids appearing in the blood is less well known. The purpose of the present study is to determine post-ingestion aminoacidemia, glycemia, and insulinemia from a specially formulated dairy protein blend.
This study is to compare the PK parameters of multiple doses and applications of K-285 with a single dose of indomethacin capsule.
To assess how long memantine hydrochloride (HCl) (50 mg) extended release capsules stay in the stomach as determined by imaging assessment (MRI or abdominal ultrasound). To evaluate the safety of a memantine HCl extended release capsule formulation