Aldeyra to Present New Reproxalap Data from Phase 2 Clinical Trial in Allergic Conjunctivitis at American Academy of Ophthalmology 2020 Annual Meeting
Rapid and Durable Clinical Response Demonstrated in Symptoms and Signs of Allergic Conjunctivitis
Clinical Relevance Demonstrated with Responder Analyses
In the randomized, double-masked, crossover, vehicle-controlled Phase 2 clinical trial, 70 subjects with allergic conjunctivitis were assessed over 3.5 hours in an allergen chamber of aerosolized ragweed pollen (3,500 grains/m³). Reproxalap or vehicle ophthalmic solution was administered bilaterally one minute before chamber entry and at 90 minutes after chamber entry, when peak symptoms typically occur. Compared to vehicle, both concentrations of reproxalap demonstrated statistically significant and clinically relevant improvements in subject-reported ocular itching and tearing and investigator-assessed ocular redness over the duration of exposure in the allergen chamber and for more than one hour after exiting the chamber (P < 0.0001 for all assessments), indicating both prophylactic and treatment effect of drug. In addition, time-to-event responder analyses demonstrated the clinical relevance of the superiority of reproxalap over vehicle for ocular itching and ocular redness. No safety or tolerability concerns were observed.
“The new data presented at AAO this year further support the clinical utility of reproxalap, the first novel mechanistic approach in late-stage allergic conjunctivitis clinical trials in decades, as uniquely effective,” said
The 0.25% concentration of reproxalap was advanced to the Phase 3 INVIGORATE Trial, a randomized, double-masked, crossover, vehicle-controlled clinical trial to assess the efficacy and safety of reproxalap compared to vehicle using an allergen chamber. Consistent with prior allergic conjunctivitis trials, the primary endpoint will be subject-reported ocular itching score. Patient enrollment is ongoing, and top-line results are expected in the first half of 2021.
Details of the poster presentation:
A Phase 2 Clinical Trial of Topical Ocular Reproxalap, a Novel RASP Inhibitor, in an Allergen Chamber Model of Allergic Conjunctivitis
PO103 - Cornea, External Disease
Reproxalap is a novel small-molecule immune-modulating covalent inhibitor of reactive aldehyde species (RASP), which are elevated in ocular and systemic inflammatory disease. Reproxalap’s mechanism of action has been validated with the demonstration of statistically significant and clinically relevant activity in multiple physiologically distinct late-phase clinical indications.
About Allergic Conjunctivitis
Allergic conjunctivitis affects more than 1 billion people worldwide,1 including more than 66 million in the
Aldeyra Therapeutics is a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on the development of novel therapies with the potential to improve the lives of patients with immune-mediated diseases. Two of the company’s lead compounds, reproxalap and ADX-629, target reactive aldehyde species (RASP), which are elevated in ocular and systemic inflammatory disease and result in cytokine release via activation of a broad array of inflammatory factors, including NF-κB, inflammasomes, and Scavenger Receptor A. Reproxalap is being evaluated in Phase 3 clinical trials in patients with dry eye disease and allergic conjunctivitis. The company’s clinical pipeline also includes ADX-2191, a dihydrofolate reductase inhibitor in Phase 3 testing for proliferative vitreoretinopathy, and ADX-1612, a chaperome inhibitor in development for COVID-19 and ovarian cancer. For more information, visit https://www.aldeyra.com/ and follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.
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1 White Book on Allergy (2013 Update)
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