Smoking Research Study
A Single-centre, Dose Titration Study in Healthy Volunteers (Smokers and Non-smokers) to Evaluate the Capacity of 2-cyanoethylmercapturic Acid (CEMA) to Detect Low Level of Cigarette Smoking Exposure
The purpose of this study is to develop a fit-for-purpose biochemical verification tool that can be used to detect concomitant use of a few (less than 5) conventional cigarettes.
|Study Results||No Results Available|
|Study Type||Interventional (Clinical Trial)|
Published OnNovember 7, 2011