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We observed that synaptic activation promoted EGFP-Tau T205A translocation to the spine but FRAP experiments revealed a shorter tau turnover time in the spine (Fig. 9B), whereas Abetao driven translocation to the spine was no longer observable in EGFP-Tau S404A-transfected neurons (Fig. 9F,G). These experiments highlight the pivotal role of these phosphorylations in tau translocation features to the spine.

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