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Fig. 8 | Stem Cell Research & Therapy

Fig. 8

From: Elevated level of mitochondrial reactive oxygen species via fatty acid β-oxidation in cancer stem cells promotes cancer metastasis by inducing epithelial–mesenchymal transition

Fig. 8

Fourteen up-regulated genes in RH-TS correlated with patient survival negatively. The caner survival analysis of 14 up-regulated genes in RH-TS cells in different cancer patients in the Human Protein Atlas database. a Overall survival of patients with renal cancer, urothelial cancer, cervical cancer, pancreatic cancer, colorectal cancer, glioma, liver cancer, ovarian cancer, lung cancer, stomach cancer, thyroid cancer, or endometrial cancer was determined on expression of 14 genes (Spred3, Nptx1, Angptl2, Adamts14, Meis3, Dlg4, Col6a1, Ltbp2, Cmtm3, Antxr1, Ptges, Fam114a1, Sema4b, or Sned1). Color code represents the P value for each gene for 5-year survival from different cancer patients. Blue cells indicate that high expression of a certain gene correlated with cancer survival negatively, while yellow cells represent positive correlation. White cells indicate no clear correlation between the gene and cancer survival. b The 14 up-regulated genes in RH-TS cells correlated with renal cancer survival negatively

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