Two new studies highlight a common mechanism for declining muscle function

Neuromuscular disorders can be caused by hereditary or acquired genetic mutations, impairing the function of skeletal muscles: those under voluntary control. These diseases cause muscles to weaken and waste progressively, leading to declining muscle function and significant hinderance to quality of life.
Neuromuscular disorders can be caused by hereditary or acquired genetic mutations, impairing the function of skeletal muscles: those under voluntary control. These diseases cause muscles to weaken and waste progressively, leading to declining muscle function and significant hinderance to quality of life.