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The study was a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study in which 21 subjects were treated once daily for 6 consecutive days with inhaled RPL554 before being challenged on the last day by an irritant agent that provokes an inflammatory response in their airways.
They bring a teardrop to many an eye - the C and S in their surnames being the CS or, as the brochure puts it, the dispensing irritant agent they invented in a lab at Middlebury College in 1928.
Obtained from linseed and known for its emollient and anti-inflammatory properties, Sensiline Bio limits the penetration of irritant agents thanks to its film-forming properties.