- Abstract 3024711: Quality of Life Changes as Measured with SF-36 in Patients with Alport Syndrome: Results from the ATHENA Natural History Study in Alport Syndrome Patients.
- Abstract3024235: Urine and blood biomarkers correlate with rate of eGFR decline in Alport syndrome.
"We are very proud of the work that has gone into completing this large natural history of disease study for Alport syndrome patients. This study has provided valuable information to better characterize the natural progression of Alport syndrome, which to date has not been well understood. These presentations are the culmination of a significant effort by our network of investigators and study participants together with the team at Regulus to help better define this challenging and rare kidney disorder, and inform future clinical development plans for this disease," said Jay Hagan, President and Chief Executive Officer of Regulus.
About the ATHENA Study
The ATHENA study was a natural history of disease study designed to characterize the natural decline of renal function markers such as Glomerular Filtration Rate ("GFR"), creatinine, proteinuria and beta-2 microglobulin, in Alport syndrome patients over time. The data collected from the ATHENA study provided important information about the changes in renal function over time in Alport syndrome patients, which will inform future clinical development plans for this disease.
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