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Obesity-induced alterations to the immunoproteasome : a potential link to impaired proteostasis in skeletal muscle. (2021-07-09)Effective maintenance of muscle mass is a highly regulated, complex process dependent on a tight balance between muscle protein synthesis and breakdown. Evidence suggests obesity creates a toxic intramuscular environment, ...