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A68

A neuronal antigen—recognised by a monoclonal antibody Alz-50—which is present in the developing foetus by 32 weeks of development, and disappears by age 2; it is present in brain tissue and CSF, is a major subunit of paired helical filaments of Alzheimer’s disease and is derived from LMW tau protein—possibly Tau 69—but is more phosphorylated.

A68

A neuronal antigen–recognized by a monoclonal antibody Alz-50, which is present in the fetus by 32 wks of development, and disappears by age 2; it is present in brain tissue and CSF, is a major subunit of paired helical filaments of Alzheimer's dementia and is derived from LMW tau protein–possibly Tau 69, but is more phosphorylated
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Also, the track of the huge A-68 iceberg is unpredictable and has interrupted the usual movement of sea ice northwards along the eastern side of the Antarctic Peninsula.
When the iceberg, called A-68, completely broke off, it reduced the size of the Larsen C ice shelf by a whopping 12 percent.
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But so far, the iceberg, called A-68, is behaving pretty normally, (http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-40635883) reported BBC.