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                   36802 records for 17497 trials found!
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Recruitment statusProspective RegistrationMain ID Public TitleDate of Registration
Not recruitingYesACTRN12617001027303
A study to determine the safety, tolerability and ability to provoke an immune response of graded doses of the STX-100/Alhydrogel vaccine in healthy volunteers
Not recruitingYesACTRN12617001039370
Can seaweed supplementation reduce cardiovascular disease risk?
Not recruitingYesACTRN12617001030369
The effect of antenatal pelvic floor muscle exercises on female sexual function: A randomised controlled trial
Not recruitingYesACTRN12617001028392
Study of ZYN001 (transdermal patch) in Healthy Volunteers
Not recruitingYesACTRN12617001033336
A pilot trial examining the absorption of oral forms of folic acid supplementation in a healthy population
Not recruitingYesACTRN12617001038381
Evaluation of the efficacy of a brief mental health crisis intervention for adolescents
Not recruitingYesACTRN12617001035314
CyFiT Telerehabilitation: Technology based physiotherapy for peer driven participation in therapy, and quality of life.
Not recruitingYesACTRN12617001034325
Effects of a high fat, high carbohydrate meal on metabolic endotoxemia and reproductive function in overweight and obese males
Not recruitingYesACTRN12617001026314
Measurement of Physical Activity during General Inpatient Rehabilitation
Not recruitingNoACTRN12617001029381
Understanding Australian adults' eating patterns: relationships of frequency and/or timing of eating occasions, including meals and snacks, with dietary intakes, obesity and blood pressure
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