SMA I

AcronymDefinition
SMA ISpinal Muscular Atrophy Type I
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SMA is caused by mutations in the survival motor neuron (SMN) 1 gene, which codes for survival motor neuron protein.
SMA is associated with a wide spectrum of symptoms in terms of the age of onset and severity.
SMA is the most common genetic cause of infant death in the U.S.
As we know, SMA is the leading genetic cause of infant mortality with an incidence of approximately one in 10,000 newborns, whereas ASDs are detected in one per 1500 live births.
Of all neuromuscular conditions, SMA is believed to be the closest to finding a cure.
However, the behavior of SMA is nonlinear, which makes its modeling and numerical simulation more complex, since the changes of parameters such as temperature and excitation frequency should be considered.
SMA is caused by a genetic defect in the SMN1 gene which codes SMN, a protein necessary for survival of motor neurons.
SMA is caused by a genetic defect in the SMN I gene which codes SMN, a protein necessary for survival of motor neurons.
SMA is the developer of OpCon, an event-driven IT automation and job-scheduling solution.
SMA is a disorder that results from a chronic deficiency in the production of the SMN protein, which is essential to the proper functioning of motor neurons in the spinal cord.