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The purpose of this study is to learn more about both HIV-1 infection and advancing age, alone and in combination, and their association with increased risk of serious infection and impaired response to the Prevnar 13 vaccine.
This is a single center exploratory imaging study involving one intravenous microdose of 89Zr-DFO-VRC01 followed by whole-body PET-MR imaging in HIV infected individuals and healthy volunteers. Imaging data will be obtained from up to four static PE-MR images in order to determine dosimetry and temporal tissue uptake/tissue distribution of 89Zr-DFO-VRC01. This is not a treatment study of the biological activity of 89Zr-DFO-VRC01 to impact HIV persistence.
The study is an adaptive, phase 2, multicenter, three-part study to establish the dosage, safety and antiviral activity of combination therapy with albuvirtide (ABT) and 3BNC117 as long-acting maintenance therapy in virologically suppressed subjects with HIV-1 infection.
The study assesses PK and safety of other drugs, such as some antibiotics, proton pump inhibitors, statins, and combined oral contraceptives when co-administered with Elpida®
This post-registration observational study is designed to monitor the safety parameters and efficacy of Elpida® in actual practice in the first-line treatment of HIV-1 infected patients on the background of the standard baseline ART.
Open-label, randomized, parallel-group, comparative study of pharmacokinetics and bioequivalence of VM-1500FDC (elsulfavirine/emtricitabine/tenofovir fixed-dose combination) and Elpida® with Truvada® (emtricitabine/tenofovir) co-administered by healthy male subjects. The study will also assess safety profile of study drugs.
This is a study to evaluate safety, tolerability and pharmacokinetics of VM-1500A-LAI single and multiple ascending doses in healthy subjects. The study will be conducted in 1 investigational site in Russia in healthy volunteers.
This is open label, phase 1 clinical study to evaluate the safety, tolerability and pharmacokinetics of Elpida® in healthy subjects and patients with hepatic impairment (Child - Pugh Class А and B), as well as to assess the impact of food intake and drug-drug interactions in case of Co-administration with other antiviral drugs in healthy subjects.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics, and antiviral activity of SAR441236, a tri-specific broadly neutralizing antibody against the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
The availability of antiretroviral therapy has led to a reduction in morbidity and mortality in patients with chronic HIV infection. The treatment, however, is not free of side effects, has potential interactions with other medications, is expensive and can be complex, especially in those patients who are very experienced and with mutations that give them resistance to multiple drugs. For this reason, the development of simplification strategies that avoid unnecessary exposure to antiretroviral agents remains of great interest. This is a simplification study, in which the investigators try to evaluate that with less medication the investigator can maintain the same virological control of the disease. This would mean a lower burden of medication for patients, facilitating its administration and reducing the number of unwanted side effects. Specifically, the investigators intend to evaluate the treatment with Darunavir / cobicistat plus Dolutegravir as a simplification strategy, since both drugs are taken once a day, have a powerful antiviral activity, even against antiretroviral resistant viruses, and are among the best tolerated (with fewer side effects). The results reported in some observational studies suggest that two-drug therapy (bitherapy) as a simplification strategy could also be safe and effective, however, as far as the investigators know, there are no data and clinical trials that specifically evaluate darunavir / cobicistat plus dolutegravir as a strategy of simplification.