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Acetylated Tau Obstructs KIBRA-Mediated Signaling in Synaptic Plasticity and Promotes Tauopathy-Related Memory Loss.Academic Article Why?
Comparison of multiple tau-PET measures as biomarkers in aging and Alzheimer's Disease.Academic Article Why?
Frontotemporal dementia with the V337M MAPT mutation: Tau-PET and pathology correlations.Academic Article Why?
Chemical Probes and Chaperone-Accelerated Turnover of TauGrant Why?
Mouse Models with Regulatable Cell Type-specific Expression of Anti-Tau shRNAsGrant Why?
Human iPSC-Derived Neuronal Model of Tau-A152T Frontotemporal Dementia Reveals Tau-Mediated Mechanisms of Neuronal Vulnerability.Academic Article Why?
Mucke, LennartPerson Why?
Gestwicki, JasonPerson Why?
Stabilizing the Hsp70-Tau Complex Promotes Turnover in Models of Tauopathy.Academic Article Why?
Miller, BrucePerson Why?
Acetylated tau in Alzheimer's disease: An instigator of synaptic dysfunction underlying memory loss: Increased levels of acetylated tau blocks the postsynaptic signaling required for plasticity and promotes memory deficits associated with tauopathy.Academic Article Why?
Studying Alzheimer's Disease Using Human iPS CellsGrant Why?
Epitope analysis following active immunization with tau proteins reveals immunogens implicated in tau pathogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Association of cerebrospinal fluid ß-amyloid 1-42, T-tau, P-tau181, and a-synuclein levels with clinical features of drug-naive patients with early Parkinson disease.Academic Article Why?
Tau-mediated NMDA receptor impairment underlies dysfunction of a selectively vulnerable network in a mouse model of frontotemporal dementia.Academic Article Why?
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