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p(HGNC:HDAC3) increases act(a(CL:0000129)) View Subject | View Object

HDAC3 overexpression in the hippocampus increases Aß levels, activates microglia, and decreases dendritic spine density in 6-month-old APP/PS1 mice. PubMed:28771976

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a(CL:0000129) increases tloc(a(HBP:"Tau aggregates"), fromLoc(MESH:Neurons), toLoc(MESH:Neurons)) View Subject | View Object

In the case of soluble monomeric or small oligomeric tau protein, the endocytosis appears to be clathrin-dependent (reviewed in [169]). In contrast, larger aggregates of tau could bind heparin in the extracellular matrix and be internalized through macropinocytosis [170]. As a result of exocytosis and endocytosis, the spreading of tau can occur in various neurodegenerative diseases (tauopathies) including AD. Three plausible mechanisms of tau spreading are shown schematically in Figure 6. Additionally, it appea rs that microglial cells may facilitate tau propagation by phagocytosis and exocytosis of tau protein [171]. PubMed:26751493


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