Clinical trials for Allergies

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The safety of anti-tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-a) agents in pregnancy. An observational prospective multicenter study. Recruiting United Kingdom
In vitro evaluation of allergic reactions in hemophilia B subjects who have exhibited a systemic allergic response after exposure to BeneFIX (Nonacog Alfa; recombinant Factor IX) - Basophil Clinical Study Not Recruiting United Kingdom
Bacteria and host immune response as factors modulating visceral afferent processing in Irritable Bowel Syndrome: manipulation of visceral hypersensitivity with probiotic bacteria Not Recruiting United Kingdom
To find out if people with allergic asthma caused by house dust mites will benefit from allergy vaccine given as a tablet. Not Recruiting United Kingdom
To find out if people with allergic asthma caused by house dust mites will benefit from allergy vaccine given as a tablet. Not Recruiting United Kingdom
An exploratory study of the effects of Imatinib on allergic inflammation following out of allergy season repeated nasal allergen challenge in subjects with seasonal allergic rhinitis sensitive to Timothy grass pollen – an exploratory study of c-kit inhibition in allergic respiratory diseases Not Recruiting United Kingdom
To find out if people with allergic asthma caused by house dust mites will benefit from allergy vaccine given as a tablet. Not Recruiting United Kingdom
To find out if people with allergic asthma caused by house dust mites will benefit from allergy vaccine given as a tablet. Not Recruiting United Kingdom
A proof of concept study of the effects of QAX576 (an interleukin-13 monoclonal antibody) on allergic inflammation following out of allergy season repeated nasal allergen challenge in subjects with seasonal allergic rhinitis sensitive to Timothy grass pollen. Not Recruiting United Kingdom
A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, long-term Phase III study to assess the efficacy and safety of Oralgen® Grass Pollen in patients with grass pollen-related allergic rhinoconjunctivitis Not Recruiting United Kingdom

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