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College Station, Texas Clinical Trials

A listing of College Station, Texas clinical trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.

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Found (79) clinical trials

SJM Brady MRI Post Approval Study

This is a prospective, multi-center clinical study designed to evaluate the long-term safety of the Tendril MRI lead implanted with any SJM Brady MRI pacemaker or similar model (SJM Brady MRI system) in subjects with a standard bradycardia pacing indication through 60 months of follow up. Additionally, the study will ...

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder and Acute Exercise

In this study, the following hypothesis will be tested: A bout of resistance exercise will affect the acute and 24h response in whole-body protein and amino acid metabolism and cognitive function as compared to baseline values in COPD patients and healthy subjects. To do this, subjects will complete a baseline ...

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Glucocorticoid Inflammation Paradox in Human Skeletal Muscle

Healthy male and female individuals ages 60 - 80 (n=10) will be studied before and after 6 days of treatment with self-administered daily oral methylprednisolone. Subjects will report to the Texas A&M Human Clinical Research Facility (HCRF) for testing before (day 0) and after (day 6) methylprednisolone intervention. Each visit ...

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Short Chain Fatty Acid Metabolism in COPD

Short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) are straight or branched-chain fatty acids produced by the intestinal microbiota mainly through fermentation of undigested carbohydrates, but also through degradation of dietary and endogenous proteins. With a share of 90 to 95 %, acetate (C2), propionate (C3), and butyrate (C4) are the most common SCFAs ...

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Very Low Calorie Diet Weight Loss

The overarching hypothesis is that there are baseline, pre- and post-diet combinations of 'omics' signatures in response to food and nutrients that explain the weight loss response of obese subjects to the very low calorie (VLC) diet. In order to address the general hypothesis the following specific aims will be ...

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Nutritional and Functional Changes in Heart Failure and COPD

This study involves one test day of approximately 7-8 hours. On this test day subjects will ingest a sugar drink to assess gut permeability and gut function, and a protein meal to measure digestion/absorption and the anabolic response to food intake. Subjects will also receive a mixture of amino acids ...

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Omics Profiling of Weight Loss With Bariatric Surgery

The overarching hypothesis is that there are baseline, pre- and post-surgery combinations of 'omics' signatures in response to food and nutrients that explain the weight loss response of obese subjects to the pre-operative very low calorie (VLC) diet and to bariatric surgery. In order to address the general hypothesis the ...

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Metabolic Processes in Adults and Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorder

This study investigates the metabolic profile of different amino acids and cognitive functions in adults and adolescents with ASD in comparison with age- and gender-matched healthy young adults. The study involves 1 screening visit of approximately 2 hours and 1 study day of 5 hours The objective is to explore ...

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Method To Measure Protein Digestion & Absorption

The study involves 1 screening visit of approximately 1-2 hours and 1 test day of approximately 8 hours. On the study day protein digestion and absorption will be measured using a mixture of amino acids that are made slightly heavier than normal, called stable isotopes. Subjects will receive feeding by ...

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Developing the Family Map: Looking at Communal Coping

Facilitating the dissemination of disease risk information and promoting engagement in healthful behaviors within families may be enhanced by using network-based interventions. Network-based interventions are innovative in that they are tailored to the structure of the social system within which individuals are embedded. Understanding the social and relational factors associated ...

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