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This study evaluates the role of histidine in patients with HARS Syndrome. Children with HARS Syndrome will receive oral nutritional supplementation with histidine at a dose which will be increased in the event of acute febrile illness. Vision, hearing and plasma biomarkers will be monitored throughout the study period.
The goal of the study is to examine the possible mechanisms of impaired cutaneous microvascular function through local heating along with administration of vasoconstrictors.
Specific Aims: 1. Establish in an open label clinical trial the tolerability and safety of various doses of l-histidine and lodosyn that may increase levels of l-histidine and histamine in the serum and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). 2. Perform pharmacokinetic studies in serum and CSF of study subjects the levels of l-histidine and histamine after treatment with various combination of l-histidine and lodosyn. 3. Preliminary information will ...
Heart disease and stroke, known as cardiovascular disease, are major causes of death in people with chronic kidney disease. Abnormalities of a metabolic pathway called the “L-arginine-nitric oxide” pathway are thought to be particularly important in these people, and previous research in animals has suggested that sodium (salt) affects part of this metabolic pathway. The purpose of our research is to study the effects of sodium intake on the “L-arginine-nitric oxide” ...
The primary objectives of this trial are: 1) to evaluate the safety of NONA-L-ARGININE in ex vivo application to saphenous vein segments prior to grafting; and, 2) to obtain preliminary data on the biological effects of NONA-L-ARGININE, as compared to placebo, in the prevention of neointimal hyperplasia.
One of the main problems in sickle cell disease is the decreased bioavailability of nitric oxide and arginine. This study was designed to assess if treating sickle cell disease patients with L-arginine would improve pulmonary arterial pressure and other aspects.
The main objective of this proof-of-concept study is to demonstrate that the only administration of L-arginine, based on a suspected deficit monitored by nasal nitric oxide measurement, can improve immune functions in critically ill patients at high risk of nosocomial infection.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether adjunctive L-arginine and vitamin D can improve response to standard short course TB therapy in people with newly diagnosed pulmonary TB.
Samples of 4 commercially available bowel cleansing solutions, namely PEG-electrolyte + ascorbic acid (PEG-Asc, Moviprep®, Norgine, UK), PEG-electrolyte (PEG, Fortrans® Ibsen, France), sodium picosulfate/magnesium citrate (SPS, Picoprep®, Ferring, Switzerland), and oral sodium sulfate (OSS, Izinova®, Ibsen, France) were prepared according to the manufacturer's instructions. Descriptive analysis was conducted with trained panelists (N= 14) to create a sensory profile for the...
Acute falciparum malaria is associated with low plasma arginine and impaired nitric oxide (NO) production. Both are associated with poor outcome. This study will examine the safety and effect of escalating doses of arginine in falciparum malaria. It will determine whether arginine can increase NO production and have an effect on NO-dependent physiological measurements. The hypothesis is that arginine: will be safe in falciparum malaria; will return plasma arginine concentratio...
Urea cycle disorders are inherited illnesses in which the body does not produce enough of the chemicals that remove ammonia, a byproduct of protein metabolism, from the blood stream. Elevated ammonia levels can lead to brain damage and death. Argininosuccinic aciduria (ASA) is a type of urea cycle disorder that is characterized specifically by high levels of argininosuccinic acid, a chemical involved in the urea cycle. People with ASA are at risk for serious liver damage, which...
Food is selected primarily on their taste and texture properties. It is essential to get more insight in taste and texture characteristics of the foods in the Dutch and Malaysian diets for a better understanding of food choices. Currently, there is insufficient information on taste and texture properties of foods to relate these properties to the composition of diets and individual food choice in larger (observational) studies. In the current study, the investigators want to a...
Unifusol (R) is a solution of arginine sodium succinate for intravenous infusions. Its effects include vasodilation, protection of inner layer of blood vessels and improvement of blood viscosity. The present phase I study is aimed to evaluate the safety and tolerability of Unifusol infusions in healthy volunteers.
The aim of this research will be to investigate in stroke patients whether upper limb motor function can be maximized in response to sensory stimulation by comparing protocols for the application of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) in the cortical region of S1 and Sensory Therapy in the upper limb paretic. Patients will be randomly and randomly allocated into four groups, Group 1 (G1) composed of individuals who will receive the protocol for the application of rTMS in t...
It has been suggested that dietary fibers can affect food intake and satiation. Satiation, or meal termination, can be induced by sensory properties and energy density of fiber-rich food products, but also by the chemical/physical/rheological behavior of the fibers in the stomach and/or intestine. It is not clear which properties are the key regulators of satiation by fiber sources. There are many types of dietary fiber, which have diverse sensory and chemical properties, thus ...
RATIONALE: L-arginine supplements may improve the quality of life and sexual function in women who are cancer survivors. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is studying an L-arginine supplement to see how well it works compared with a placebo in treating women who are cancer survivors.
Introduction: Dentin hypersensitivity (DH) could be defined as a brief and sharp pain in response to thermical, chemical, tactile and osmotic stimuli, which cannot be attributed to any dental condition or pathology. Multiple therapies for the treatment of DH have been studied, including equivocal evidence about the efficacy of potassium nitrate salts and recent investigations a promising new 8% Arginin dentifrice. Aim: The aim of this study is to compare the clinical effective...
This study evaluates the addition of L-Arginine to the usual regimen in the treatment of schizophrenia in adults. As a requisite of crossover design, half of the participants started with L-Arginine and the other half with placebo and switched over after a three weeks use and one week of a washout period.
Patients with diabetes have dysfunction of the lining of the arteries which lead to impaired circulation in the small blood vessels. This is thought to be secondary to reduced chemicals in the blood viz: nitric oxide. This chemical is derived from an amino acid (protein) L-arginine. Therefore, the researchers investigated whether giving patients L-arginine (versus dummy powder) would improve the blood flow in the small blood vessels in the lower limbs of patients with damage to...
The objective of this trial is to determine the safety and effect on pulmonary function of 14 days of inhaled L-arginine versus placebo administered over a period of 14 days in a cohort of CF patients.
This study will test the effect of arginine versus citrulline versus placebo supplementation In three groups of ketosis-prone diabetes (KPD) patients on arginine and nitric oxide production and on glucose- and arginine-stimulated insulin secretion and arterial flow-mediated dilation.
This study will assess effects of an acute dose of the amino acid arginine on metabolism in healthy young men.
Mitochondrial diseases occur due to inadequate energy production. In addition, nitric oxide (NO) deficiency occurs in mitochondrial diseases. The endothelial layer of blood vessels functions in maintaining blood vessels patency through producing NO which relaxes vascular smooth muscles and therefore maintains the patency of blood vessels and adequate blood perfusion. In mitochondrial diseases, endothelial cells fail to perform their normal function in maintaining the patency of...
The purpose of this trial is to compare the ability of three different doses of pegaptanib sodium to safely and effectively minimize fluid leakage within the eye, thereby stabilizing or improving vision in patients with wet AMD. The study will also examine the effects of pegaptanib sodium on the cornea and sensory retina of patients with wet AMD.
The purpose of this study is to compare the metabolic fate of two oral forms of L-Arginine in healthy subjects featuring metabolic syndrome related risk factors