Stergios N. Kouvaras

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Fabry disease, also called Anderson-Fabry disease, is the second most prevalent lysosomal storage disorder. It is an X-linked inborn error of the glycosphingolipid metabolic pathway [1]. The accumulation of a metabolic product, called globotriaosylceramide, within lysosomes in a wide variety of cells [2], produces the many manifestations of the disease,(More)
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