There is one clinical trial.
Randomized, multi-center, double-blind, parallel-group, placebo-controlled study. Eligible subjects will be randomized to receive either 0.33 mg AD04 or placebo orally twice-daily for 24 weeks in conjunction with brief psychological counseling. Randomization will be stratified by gender and level of alcohol consumption prior to enrollment in the study
The blood sample collected for DNA testing contains at least one of the following genotypes as measured by Adial's validated method: - rs4795541-LL genotype of the insertion-deletion polymorphism (5'-HTTLPR) in the 5'-regulatory region and rs1042173-TT SNP in the 3'-untranslated region of SLC6A4 gene that encodes the serotonin transporter - rs1150226-AG SNP in HTR3A, the gene that encodes subtype A of the serotonin-3 receptor - rs1176713-GG SNP in HTR3A, the gene that encodes subtype A of the serotonin-3 receptor - rs17614942-AC in HTR3B, the gene that encodes subtype B of the serotonin-3 receptor 8. Expressed a wish to reduce or stop alcohol consumption.
Description: Change from baseline in the monthly number of (heavy) drinking days (HDD) during the last 8 weeks (weeks 16-24) of the 24-week treatment period, where (heavy) drinking is defined as the consumption of ≥ 60 g alcohol/day (if male) or ≥ 40 g alcohol/day (if female).Measure: Change from baseline in the monthly number of (heavy) drinking days Time: Last 8 weeks
Description: Change from baseline in total alcohol consumption (TAC), defined as the mean daily alcohol consumption expressed in g/day over the last 4 weeks of the 24-week treatment periodMeasure: Change from baseline in total alcohol consumption (TAC) Time: Last 4 weeks
Description: Responder analysis based on the number of subjects with no risk (heavy) drinking.Measure: Secondary (2) Time: Last 8 weeks