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A similar outcome was observed in J20 transgenic mice after a total of three months of meningeal lymphatic ablation (Extended Data Fig. 9f); amyloid-β aggregates had formed in the meninges (Extended Data Fig. 9g) and the amyloid-β plaque load in the hippocampi of these mice was significantly increased (Extended Data Fig. 9h–k)

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