Amicus is currently working on studies for Fabry disease treatment. We just posted about an investigation team led from the University of Massachusetts Amherst that had discovered a genetic interaction that can be a treatment for the rare disease.
Now it is also great news that Amicus, a biopharmaceutical company at the forefront of developing therapies for rare diseases, announced today preliminary results from ongoing phase 2 chaperone-enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) study. Read the complete information here.
John F. Crowley, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, explained, “These very encouraging data in Fabry patients represent an important first step in validating the potential of pharmacological chaperones to enhance the stability and tissue uptake of enzyme replacement therapy products in Fabry disease."
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