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An open-label study designed to evaluate the safety, tolerability, and pharmacokinetics of ALA-1000 in opioid-dependent subjects. To characterize the PK profile of ALA-1000 in 5 single ascending dose cohorts and a sixth cohort of single ALA-1000 after receiving buprenorphine sublingual films for 7 days.
The study will include opioid-dependent subjects who have been receiving stable, orally administered buprenorphine for at least 2 weeks or buprenorphine naïve subjects who will be stabilized on orally administered buprenorphine for 3 days prior to ALA-1000 administration.
All subjects will be washed off of oral buprenorphine for 7 days prior to ALA-1000 administration except Cohort 6 which will receive ALA-1000 administration after 7 days of buprenorphine sublingual film dosing.
The subsequent cohorts will be initiated after safety and PK information from the preceding cohorts is available.
The expected maximum duration of participation for each subject is 192 days approximately, consisting of up to a 7-day screening period, up to a 31-day residential phase, and up to a 154-day nonresidential period.
ALA-1000, buprenorphine sublingual film
Innovative Clinical Research
Alar Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-16T10:39:25-0400
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