The Phase 1 clinical trial was a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study that included a dose escalation period. The trial focused on evaluating safety and pharmacokinetics, along with initial microbiology of C16G2 administered to healthy adults in a single oral dose of mouth rinse. A total of 36 subjects were enrolled in the study. No C16G2 related events, and no severe or serious adverse events were reported in the study.
The Phase 1 study was conducted at
"We are pleased to have completed our first IND clinical study. With the current C16G2 safety information and initial microbiology, both provided support to move into our Phase 2 Development Program, which we are eager to commence at the end of this year," said
The ultimate indication sought for C16G2 is prevention of dental caries in adults, adolescents and pediatrics. Dental caries, commonly known as tooth decay or "cavities", is rated the most common chronic childhood disease according to the U.S. Surgeon General. In the U.S. alone, over
C3 Jian is a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing and commercializing novel products to diagnose, treat and prevent diseases related to oral health. C3 is advancing targeted proprietary solutions, which can offer more selective, efficacious and safer treatment modalities for dental applications. The Company's platform cell signaling technology has potential applications beyond oral health and may impact a variety of diseases and disorders particularly related to bacterial and fungal infections. C3 Jian is based in
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