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In a line of the JNPL3 tauopathy mouse model, which expresses human 0N4R tau bearing the missense P301L mutation, the overall increase in Tyr phosphorylation of tau correlated with the formation of tau aggregates, suggesting that overall Tyr phosphorylation might contribute to tau aggregation


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