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In contrast to hT40 monomer, perfusion of S422E monomer selectively inhibited anterograde transport (Fig. 5C; Fig. 6A; p = 0.028), but not retrograde FAT. Surprisingly, aggregated S422E significantly inhibited both anterograde and retrograde FAT rates (Fig. 5D; Fig. 6A, B) compared to S422E monomer (anterograde, p = 0.012; retrograde, p = 0.002) and hT40 aggregates (retrograde only, p = 0.019).

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