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Fig. 5 | Genome Biology

Fig. 5

From: Integrative analyses of the RNA modification machinery reveal tissue- and cancer-specific signatures

Fig. 5

Immunohistochemical analysis and prognostic value of RMP expression levels in different cancer types. a, b Immunohistochemical analysis and images of normal and tumor LAGE-3 stained LUSC (lung squamous cell carcinoma), LIHC (liver hepatocellular carcinoma), and PRAD (prostate adenocarcinoma) (a) and HENMT-1 stained HGSC (High-grade serous carcinoma), LUSC, and STAD (stomach adenocarcinoma) TMAs (b). Representative cores and subsets are shown for each tissue and antibody, where the brown color indicates a specific staining of the antibody and blue represents the hematoxylin counterstain. Mean TMA score is plotted for each core, with three cores from different individuals per condition quantified. Two-sided Wilcoxon tests did not yield significant differences in any comparison, p values of all tumor-normal comparisons for each cancer type and antibody are shown in Figure S13. c Heatmap of survival p values of 146 RMPs across 28 cancer types. Survival p values are calculated by comparing the prognosis of patients that express high (upper 50%) versus low (lower 50%) RMP levels. ā€œNā€ column shows the number of patients included for the analysis of each cancer type. d Individual examples of survival plots where the expression levels of the RMP are predictive of cancer prognosis. p values have been calculated by comparing the survival between patients expressing high levels (yellow, top 50%) versus low expression levels (blue, bottom 50%)

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