Cell Reports volume 4, issue 5, P959-973 2013 DOI: 10.1016/j.celrep.2013.07.043 View full text
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Jonathan E. Freaney, Rebecca Kim, Roli Mandhana, Curt M. Horvath

Abstract: Transcription factors IRF3 and NFκB, are activated by external stimuli, including virus infection, to translocate to the nucleus and bind genomic targets important for immunity and inflammation. To investigate RNA polymerase II (Pol II) recruitment and elongation in the human antiviral gene regulatory network, a comprehensive genome-wide analysis was conducted during the initial phase of virus infection. Results reveal extensive integration of IRF3 and NFκB, with Pol II and associated machinery, and implicate…

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