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Table 2 Significantly enriched pathways in response to influenza H5N1 virus infection at 6-h post-infection

From: Whole transcriptome analysis reveals differential gene expression profile reflecting macrophage polarization in response to influenza A H5N1 virus infection

  Pathway Name Gene Count Enrichment FDR p-value
upregulated NOD-like receptor signaling pathway [KEGG] 58 10 0.012
RIG-I-like receptor signaling pathway [KEGG] 66 18 0.006
Chemokine receptors bind chemokines [Reactome] 51 12 0.020
Cytosolic DNA sensing pathway [KEGG] 55 17 0.019
downregulated Packaging of telomere ends [Reactome] 43 20 0.000
RNA polymerase I promoter clearance [Reactome] 69 30 0.005
Viral mRNA translation [Reactome] 82 39 0.009
RNA polymerase I promoter opening [Reactome] 48 26 0.009
Ribosome [KEGG] 84 42 0.011
Insulin synthesis and secretion [Reactome] 126 50 0.011
Peptide chain elongation [Reactome] 82 38 0.039