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Fig. 9 | Molecular Neurodegeneration

Fig. 9

From: The release and trans-synaptic transmission of Tau via exosomes

Fig. 9

Diagram of exosome-mediated Tau transmission. (1) When Tau-containing exosomes are released into extracellular space, they can be taken up by neurons. (2) The internalized exosomes undergo axonal transport and finally are released at pre-synaptic terminals. (3) The released exosomes are taken up by the synaptically connected neurons, resulting in the distribution of Tau in these recipient cells

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