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Table 2 Case details for control and late-stage Alzheimer’s disease post-mortem human temporal cortex

From: Critical residues involved in tau binding to fyn: implications for tau phosphorylation in Alzheimer’s disease

Sample number Sex Age (years) Post-mortem delay (h) Neuropathological diagnosis/Braak stage
Mean 84 ± 2, range 55–98 years Mean 30 ± 4, range 6–80 h
1 F 82 43 Control
2 F 81 17 I
3 F 92 17 Control
4 M 86 6 Control
5 F 55 12 I
6 M 80 21 Control
7 F 90 50 II
8 F 87 22 Control
9 M 81 18 I
10 M 78 10 Control
11 M 59 50 Control
12 M 80 41 VI
13 F 91 29 VI
14 M 88 46 VI
15 F 92 42 VI
16 F 80 13 V
17 F 82 69 V
18 F 84 36 V/VI
19 F 90 23 V/VI
20 F 98 3.5 IV
21 M 82 80 V/VI
22 F 89 15 IV
23 F 97 12 V
24 M 89 19 V/VI
25 M 86 26 V
26 F 87 48 VI
  1. Human post-mortem brain tissue obtained from the London Neurodegenerative Diseases Brain Bank at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London. Gender, age at death, post-mortem delay, Braak stage, and/or diagnosis are included for each case