Peanut Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT)-Tablet for Treatment of Peanut Allergy
This clinical research study investigates the safety and tolerability of a peanut SLIT-tablet.
Personalized Prevotella sp. and Butyrate Enriching Diet (PPBe)
The research aims to elucidate a specially-designed personalized diet that will increase gut colonization of Prevotella sp. and butyrate levels in pregnant mothers and the benefits in reducing infant's food allergy development.
Phase I Trial to Evaluate VLP Peanut in Healthy and Peanut Allergic Subjects
This phase I clinical trial is designed to evaluate the safety and tolerability of VLP Peanut in healthy subjects and in subjects with peanut allergy (PA). This clinical trial will evaluate the immunotoxicity profile of VLP Peanut in healthy subjects and assess the immunotoxicity profile and the degree of reactogenicity (allergenicity) in subjects with PA. This clinical trial will also explore preliminary proof of efficacy of VLP Peanut in subjects with PA.
Pilot Study on Immunotherapy for the Treatment of Persistant Peanut Allergy
The purpose of this trial is to assess the safety and efficacy of peanut immunotherapy in children and adults with peanut allergy. Participants will receive immunotherapy with peanut every 2 weeks for a period of 3 months.
Pinpoint Trial: Prebiotics IN Peanut Oral ImmunoTherapy
The purpose of this research is to gather information on the safety and efficacy of using a prebiotic as an adjunctive therapy to peanut oral immunotherapy. The prebiotic is not an FDA approved drug or medication rather a fiber found at local grocery stores.
Post-marketing Safety Surveillance of Xueshuantong-Injection : a Registry Study
This registry aims to monitor the safety of Xueshuantong Injection and to identify the potential risk factors for the adverse drug reactions.
Predicting Peanut Anaphylaxis and Reducing Epinephrine
This research study is testing a new way to look for the early stages of anaphylaxis. Eligible participants will have a small monitor (transepidermal water loss) placed on the forearm during a food challenge (for peanut allergies). This monitor continuously records the amount of water lost through the skin. In a previous study the team learned what values are associated with an anaphylactic reaction. These values are called "stopping rules." This study is looking at whether it can use these new stopping rules to end the oral food challenge before a person may show any symptoms.
Prescreening Protocol to Enroll in Food Allergy Clinical Studies at a Single Site
This is a protocol for prescreening of participants who would like to be in clinical studies in our Center at Stanford.
Prospective Study About Sensitization Pattern to Insects as Food Source in Patients With House Dust Mite Allergy
Patients allergic to seafood and/or sensitized to Tropomyosin of Skin Prick tests SPT or crustacean origin will may be also be sensitized to edible insects. Aim of the study is to evaluate whether patients allergic to seafood and/or sensitized to Tropomyosin of SPT or crustacean origin may be more often be sensitized to edible insects used as food source.
Prostaglandin and Cannabinoid Receptors in EoE
The purpose of this study is to investigate prostaglandin and cannabinoid receptors and their endogenous ligands in eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE). A prostaglandin D2 receptor antagonist has been shown to improve disease symptoms suggesting a regulatory role for bioactive lipids in EoE. Prostaglandin D2 and E2, and endocannabinoids are lipid mediators that govern the functional and inflammatory behavior of immune cells critical for EoE development. The prostaglandin D2 and E2 receptor axis, and the components of the endocannabinoid may be involved in the pathogenesis of EoE.