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This is an open-label, randomized, crossover study in healthy adult subjects with 5 treatment groups over 5 dosing periods. This study will evaluate pharmacokinetic parameters and relative bioavailability of a dispersible, fixed-dose combination (FDC) tablet of TRIUMEQ™ ([abacavir, ABC]/[dolutegravir, DTG]/[lamivudine, 3TC]) when dispersed and consumed under four different dosing conditions in comparison to an oral dose of TIVICAY™ (DTG) + EPZICOM™ (ABC/3TC) non-dispersible tablets administered in the fasted state. Approximately 20 subjects will be randomized, each to one of 5 treatment groups. The total duration of participation of a subject in this study will be approximately 10-11 weeks. It will include a screening visit within 30 days prior to the first dose of study drug, five treatment periods each with a single dose of study drug per treatment period and a follow up visit within 7 10 days after the last dose. There will also be a washout of at least 7 days between doses in each treatment period. TRIUMEQ, EPZICOM, and TIVICAY are trademarks of the GlaxoSmithKline group of companies.

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NCT number NCT02893488
Study type Interventional
Source ViiV Healthcare
Status Completed
Phase Phase 1
Start date September 1, 2016
Completion date November 25, 2016

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