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Tau is the major microtubule-associated protein in neuronal axons. It aggregates into "neurofibrillary tangles" during the course of Alzheimer disease. Binding to microtubules and microtubule assembly requires the "repeat domain" in the C-terminal half of Tau, as well as the two regions flanking the repeats. Here we report the NMR characterization of a 198-residue Tau fragment composed of the four tandem repeats and the flanking domains and containing the full microtubule binding and assemblydoi:10.1074/jbc.m607159200 pmid:17307736 fatcat:sbwu7ol6zzcebe3yy2hodgjtca