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We then applied, in the 96-well liquid culture format, the two most promising hit compounds obtained in a mammalian cell model of Tau toxicity (57), namely the phenylthiazolyl- hydrazide derivatives Bsc3094 and bb14, and observed a similar amelioration effect in locomotion (Supplementary Ma- terial, Fig. S6B).

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