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Similar findings have been observed in metabolically active rat brain slices, where a selective inhibition of PP2A with OA results in an aberrant phosphorylation of tau at the same residues seen in AD brains at serines (Ser) 198, 199, 202, 396, 404, 422 and 262 [11, 47, 48].

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