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An open-label, randomised, multi-centre, dose evaluation study of the efficacy and safety of TLA Gut™ leukapheresis treatment in patients with UC. The aim of this trial is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of two different TLA Gut™ dose regimens in patients with acute exacerbation of UC. Enrolled patients will participate in a 6-week treatment phase and a 20- week follow-up phase. The treatment phase consists of two periods; 2 weeks in which patients will undergo two treatment sessions per week, followed by 4 weeks of a single treatment session per week. The follow-up phase consists of 2 visits, one visit at week 7 and the last visit at week 26. Telephone visits will be conducted between these visits. In all a patient will undergo 8 treatment visits and 2 follow-up visits. Only patients not having experienced an earlier recurrence will participate in the follow-up phase.

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NCT number NCT04550130
Study type Interventional
Source TLA, Targeted Immunotherapies AB
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date December 2022
Completion date December 2023

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