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Tau displacement from microtubules is the first step in the onset of tauopathies, and is followed by toxic protein aggregation. However, other non-canonical functions of Tau might have a role in these pathologies. Here, we demonstrate that a small amount of Tau localizes in the nuclear compartment and accumulates in both the soluble and DNA-bound fractions. We show that nuclear Tau regulates the expression of VGluT1, a disease-relevant gene directly involved in glutamatergic synapticdoi:10.1101/394312 fatcat:23sevfx5abhu5i22j3k356rjbu