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Incubation with p300, not pCAF, led to tau acetylation, while both p300 and pCAF were active in transferring acetyl groups to histones as expected (Figure 1A). A few putative acetylated lysines were in the N- and C- terminal regions; 13 were in microtubule-binding domains (Figure 1B and Table-S1). Putative acetylated N-terminal lysines (e.g., lysines 163, 174, and 180) appeared to be acetylated in all MS analyses. Those in the microtubule-binding domains appeared to be acetylated in a subset of MS analyses, suggesting variable acetylation at these sites in vitro.

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