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Tau proteins_____PHYSIOLOGY ______tau antibodies

Stabilization of microtubules, via 3R or 4R

PHYSIOPATauLOGY
Physiopathology of Tau proteins: a  review

Biochemical parameters of tau pathology in the human brain

PROGRESSION OF TAU PATHOLOGY

The 10 stages of Tau pathology in Alzheimer's disease

Progression in familial Alzheimer's disease

Progression in aging

PHOSPHORYLATION
Phosphorylation sites,  their kinases and references
Tau kinases in a cell: a cartoon by Patrice Delobel 
All kinases in a table  by Patrice Delobel

Normal and abnormal sites of phosphorylation

TAUOPATHIES

List of tauopathies

Molecular classification of tauopathies

Molecular classification of dementing diseases

Tau pathology: a marker of neurodegenerative disorders

Tau protein as a differential biomarker of tauopathies: BBA,2005

4R tauopathies

3R tauopathies

3R versus 4R tauopathies

Co-factors of tauopathies: Pin 1

GENETIC

Tau gene-> mRNA -> isoforms

Mutations on tau gene.                TABLE,

Haplotypes H1 and H2

Signalling pathways

Other molecular aspects

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