Last updated on June 2019

Gene Transfer Clinical Study in Crigler-Najjar Syndrome

Brief description of study

This is a Phase 1/2, multinational, open-label, ascending-dose, delayed-treatment concurrent control clinical study to evaluate the safety and preliminary efficacy of AT342 in subjects with Crigler-Najjar aged 1 year. Subjects will receive a single dose of AT342 and will be followed for safety and efficacy for 5 years.

Detailed Study Description

This study will evaluate safety and preliminary efficacy of gene transfer in Crigler Najjar Syndrome. Subjects will receive a single dose of AT342 delivered intravenously. A maximum of 3 dose levels of AT342 are planned for evaluation in this study. Up to four subjects will be enrolled at each dose level including up to 1 subject at each dose level randomized to control with delayed administration of the investigational product. Dose escalation to the next dose level will be considered after evaluation of at least 4 weeks of data from subjects dosed at the current dose level. One of the dose levels will be chosen for dose expansion, and the chosen dose will be administered to all delayed-treatment control subjects.

The primary efficacy endpoint measure of change in total serum bilirubin will be assessed at weeks 12 (whilst still on phototherapy) and week 18 (after phototherapy has been weaned) after administration of AT342; and the primary efficacy endpoint measure of change in number of hours of phototherapy will be assessed at week 18

This study will utilize an independent Data Monitoring Committee that will monitor subject safety and provide recommendations to Audentes regarding dose escalation, dose expansion, and safety matters.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03223194

Recruitment Status: Closed

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