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Testing Experimental Hepatitis B Drug in Healthy Subjects

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A Study of Orally Administered ZM-H1505R to Evaluate Safety, Tolerability and Pharmacokinetics After Single and Multiple Ascending Doses in Healthy Participants

ZM-H1505R is an investigational drug developed by Shanghai Zhimeng Biopharma Inc. for the treatment of Chronic Hepatitis B. The purpose of this study is to see how safe the study drug is and how well it is tolerated after dosing. The study will also test how the study drug is taken up and eliminated by the body. An additional part of the study is to look at how this could be changed by giving the study drug with food.

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Drug - ZM-H1505R

Single oral doses of 300, 450, 600, 750, and 900 mg of ZM-H1505R or placebo and multiple oral doses of 450, 600, and 750 mg of ZM-H1505R or placebo will be administered in a fasted state, or in the case of Cohort 3 (Part 1), a second dose of 600 mg will be administered in the fed state. During each SAD and MAD dosing period, 2 subjects in each cohort will receive placebo instead of ZM-H1505R. The dose levels may be adjusted based on the safety and tolerability obtained from the previous cohort.

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A Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled, Sequential Single and Multiple Ascending Dose (SAD/MAD) Study Following Oral Administration in Healthy Subjects to Evaluate the Safety, Tolerability, and Pharmacokinetics of ZM-H1505R

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NCT04220801

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