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Soluble AT8 tau monomers inhibited anterograde FAT (Fig. 6 A, C), while retrograde trans- port was unaffected (Fig. 6 A, D). These data indicate that phos- phorylation of tau at the AT8 epitope, which is associated with hyperphosphorylation of tau in AD and other tauopathies, renders soluble monomeric tau capable of inhibiting antero- grade FAT.

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