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Our finding that the resulting Tau species with phosphorylation at Ser202/Th205, but with a disrupted turn-like structure, forms abundant fibers detectable by thioflavin fluorescence or electron microscopy (Figs. 2 and 4) suggests the initial turn-like structure induced by the phosphorylation of only Ser202 and Thr205 is protective against aggregation.

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