Inflammatory diseases study

This study will investigate an antibody which is designed to bind to certain receptors on the surface of neutrophils. Once bound, the drug will block the survival, activation and migration of neutrophils, thereby reducing neutrophil activity, and improving disease outcomes in neutrophil driven inflammation.

Neutrophils are a type of white blood cell that play a key role in the body’s immune response, and are essential for clearing pathogens from the body. However, neutrophils can also negatively contribute to tissue damage in chronic inflammatory diseases. It is therefore imperative that the balance of neutrophils in the body is tightly regulated.

If you meet the criteria for this study and would like more information, register below or call 1800 727 874.

• Healthy male or female
• Aged between 20 and 55 years (inclusive)
• Of Japanese origin or White
• Non-smokers or ex-smokers (who have stopped smoking for at least 3 months or more)
• No history of Drug or Alcohol abuse