Last updated on February 2018

Pathophysiology of Inborn Immunodeficiencies


Brief description of study

The pathophysiology of primary immunodeficiencies (PID), which encompass a broad range of different diseases with susceptibility to infection and/or a deregulated inflammatory response, is poorly understood. Available treatments are often not specific for a distinct target and might be associated with side effects. To elucidate pathophysiology of different PIDs, stool, urine, blood, tissue biopsies and/or bone marrow will be collected and analysed for anti-microbial activity and inflammatory response. In a second step, targeted treatment for different PIDs might be developed preclinically and ex vivo according to underlying pathophysiology.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03422614

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