tau protein

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tau protein (plural tau proteins)

  1. (neurology) A protein abundant especially in the neurons of the central nervous system, where they stabilize neurons, and that are associated with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases when misfolded.

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  • (neurology): tau

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