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This study will evaluate the safety and efficacy of brodalumab in the treatment of moderate-to-severe psoriasis in patients who have previously failed treatment with interleukin (IL)-17A therapies. Forty patients will be enrolled in this 16-week open-label study. Patients will receive 210 mg of brodalumab subcutaneous injection at weeks 0, 1, and 2, followed by 210 mg every 2 weeks. The primary efficacy endpoint will be the proportion of patients achieving a score of "0-clear" or "1-almost clear" in the sPGA score after 16 weeks of treatment. After completion of the 16-week trial, patients may desire to continue treatment with brodalumab.
This non-interventional study of real-life clinical practice strategies for long-term relapse control in patients with psoriasis vulgaris is planned to enroll 650 adult patients from 60-100 Russian dermatology sites and follow the patients for up to 52 weeks. The study will map actual strategies and focus on patients' and dermatologists' experience with the different topicals used, including unspecified products with and without active drugs.
To use apremilast in clinical practice as a molecular probe to evaluate the effects of PDE4 inhibition on the cardiometabolic status and immune profile in patients with PsA and psoriasis.
Evaluation of efficacy and safety of Mapracorat 0.1% ointment and 4 comparator ointments in male and female subjects 18 to 65 years with stable plaque-type psoriasis treated once daily 6 days a week for a maximum of 4 weeks. Primary objective was to compare the efficacy of all test compounds by measurement of psoriatic infiltrate thickness (PIT) with 20 MHz B mode ultrasound. Secondary objectives were to assess safety of all test compounds by measurement of the atrophogenic potential on non-lesional skin with 20 MHz B mode ultrasound, to assess the efficacy of all test compounds by measurement of intensity of erythema measured by chromametry, to assess the efficacy of all test compounds by visual assessment of the skin in the test fields using a 5-point score, to assess the safety of all test compounds by visual assessments of formation of teleangiectasia using a 5-point score, to assess the safety of all test compounds by visual assessment of atrophy using a 5-point score, to assess the safety of all test compounds by visual assessment of local tolerability using a 5-point score, to visualize the therapeutic index given by PIT versus non lesional skin thickness.
A single center study of 30 patient receiving Narrowband UVB phototherapy three times weekly for 12 weeks. Patients will be evaluated through week 36 to evaluate maintenance of response.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Adipose derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells (AD-MSCs) plus Calpocitriol Ointment with moderate to severe psoriasis. Any adverse events related to AD-MSCs infusion will be monitored.The primary outcome is the reduction rate of PASI(Psoriasis Area and Severity Index) and treatment response will be computed from PASI before and after treatment.
This study is designed to assess the safety and pharmacokinetics (PK) of a single dose application of ARQ-151 cream 0.5% to 25 cm2 of psoriatic plaque(s) (Cohort 1). The study will also assess the safety, PK and efficacy of different doses and multiple applications of ARQ-151 cream 0.5% vs placebo and ARQ-151 cream 0.15% vs placebo applied once a day for 28 days to individuals with 0.5% to 5.0% body surface area (BSA) of chronic plaque psoriasis (Cohort 2).
BCD-085 is an innovative drug, monoclonal antibody against interleukin-17. The toxicity, safety, and pharmacokinetics of BCD-085 was investigated in animals, in phase I clinical study in healthy volunteers, and in phase III clinical study in patients with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. This clinical study aims at investigating the efficacy and safety of BCD-085 every other week regimen (after induction for first 3 weeks) versus BCD-085 one per month regimen (after induction for first 3 weeks) versus placebo in patients with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. Study purpose: To investigate the efficacy and safety of BCD-085 versus placebo and Cosentyx® in patients with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis (psoriasis vulgaris) Study objectives: 1. To compare the efficacy of BCD-085 every 2 weeks versus BCD-085 every 4 weeks versus placebo, based on the proportion of patients who achieved a PASI75, target sPGA score, and on other secondary efficacy measures. 2. To evaluate the proportion of patients in each study arm who develop adverse events with multiple injections of BCD-085 and placebo. Compare the safety profiles of BCD-085 when used every 4 weeks and when used every 2 weeks. 3. 4. To assess the immunogenicity of BCD-085 defined as the proportion of patients who develop anti-drug antibodies (binding or neutralizing).
The objective is to compare the initial skin inflammatory transcriptomic profile of psoriatic patient responder to Adalimumab therapy (defined as the achievement of a Psoriasis Area and Severity Index 75 response at 16 weeks) with the transcriptomic profile of patient non-responder to Adalimumab therapy (defined as the non-achievement of a Psoriasis Area and Severity Index 50 response at 16 weeks) to identify differentially expressed genes in order to define predictive markers of response to the treatment.
This is a multi-center phase 2b study in subjects with moderate to severe chronic plaque-type psoriasis. Approximately 300 subjects will be enrolled at approximately 60 investigator sites in North America and Europe.