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Intron retention (IR) is now recognized as a dominant splicing event during motor neuron (MN) development, however the role and regulation of intron-retaining transcripts (IRTs) localized to the cytoplasm remain particularly understudied. By resolving the spatiotemporal dynamics of IR underlying distinct stages of MN lineage restriction, we identify a cytoplasmic group of IRTs that is not associated with reduced expression of their own genes but instead with an upregulation of predicted targetdoi:10.1101/2021.01.27.428555 fatcat:pls3zplavbbbjlnymip6empyoa