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Widespread Shortening of 3’ Untranslated Regions and Increased Exon Inclusion Are Evolutionarily Conserved Features of Innate Immune Responses to Infection

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RNA processing changes in response to bacterial infection.

(A) Proportion of events for RNA processing category that are significantly changing after infection with Listeria (left), Salmonella (middle), or variation between non-infected samples as a control (right). Numbers indicate the number of significant changes per category. (B) Significantly Gene Ontology categories for genes with any significant RNA processing change (FDR ≤ 10%). (C) Distribution of ΔΨ values for each RNA processing category. Negative values represent less inclusion, while positive values represent more inclusion, as defined by the schematic exon representations.

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