By four months, the Alzheimer's mice have aged enough to have large amounts of tau
accumulated but are still able to clear the protein before insoluble toxic tangles take over.
He and his colleagues are examining spinal fluid and blood samples from hundreds of people with a family history of Alzheimer's disease to see whether tau
and beta-amyloid measurements will reveal who is developing the disease, perhaps even before signs of the disease are apparent.
Under physiological conditions, tau
is highly soluble and natively unfolded in the cytoplasm.
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Patients with Alzheimer's disease had increased tau
deposition in early and middle Braak stage regions, which often involved larger areas of the medial and lateral parietal and, to a lesser extent, frontal lobes, the investigators also reported.
More recent research on tau
has not supplanted the amyloid theory of AD, but it has contributed to a more complex model of the disease," explains Dr.
39 pmol/L using a 2-fold serial dilution of recombinant Tau
381 in PBS.
This accumulation of tau
results in the formation of tau
oligomers (oligo- meaning "many"), the toxic form of tau
What's more, removing amyloid rubbed out its partner in crime, a protein called tau
that collects in tangles inside brain cells.
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