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Conversely, only Abetao exposure promoted significant tau phosphorylation on Ser 404 (**p0.05, 1-way ANOVA; control 15.672.418 vs Abetao 32.65  3.76 vs Bic/4-AP 26.75  1.17 vs Abetao Bic/4-AP 24.97  4.48, N  4). These results revealed that, although synaptic activation or Abetao promote tau translocation to PSD fractions, the synaptic tau displays a different phosphorylation profile that may be responsible for the conditional tau properties observed.

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