TAU


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AcronymDefinition
TAUTel Aviv University
TAUTreatment-As-Usual
TAUTuning and Analysis Utilities
TAUThe Alternate Universe (forum)
TAUTime Assignment Unit
TAUTest Access Unit
TAUTelematic Access Unit
TAUTemporal Access for Users
TAUTiming Issues in the Specification and Synthesis of Digital Systems (IEEE International Workshop)
TAUThe American University
TAUThreat Assessment Unit (police department)
TAUTautog (FAO species name code)
TAUTexas Area Untouchables (Counter-Strike team)
TAUTravel Agent University (Questex Travel Group; New York, NY)
TAUTransAlta Utilities
TAUTarget Acquisition and Tracking Unit (cellular communications)
TAUTwin Agent Unit
TAUThe Accelerated University
TAUTaiwanese American Union
TAUTactical Assault Unit (gaming)
TAUTransport and Up
TAUTeller Assist Unit (banking)
TAUTracking Area Update
TAUTotal Annihilation Universe (gaming site)
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While the formation of amyloid plaques and tau tangles have been recognized as key steps in the development of Alzheimer's disease, researchers have struggled to pin down the relationship between the two.
Margaret Yong Tau Fu in Subang has one of the largest servings around.
To investigate the correlation of tau and cognitive decline in preclinical Alzheimer's, Dr.
Under physiological conditions, tau is highly soluble and natively unfolded in the cytoplasm.
Popular attractions on the peninsula include Christ of Vung Tau, a 32-metre-high statue of Jesus Christ; Vung Tau Lighthouse, providing an uninterrupted 360 degree view of the city; and Vung Tau's beach front, with its wide range of seafood restaurants and bars.
The human tau gene is located on the long arm of the 17 chromosome and includes 16 exons.
Role of Hyperphosphorylated Tau on LC Morphology and Function
Clark added that he expects the Tau 330E will drive the company's growth in several areas: "There's no question the Tau 330E will help us with more than just short run.
Synthetic peptides corresponding to the tryptic surrogate tau analytes were produced at New England Peptide.
Normally, tau protein is involved in microtubule formation, which acts as a brain cell's transportation system for carrying nutrients in and waste out.