Research Paper Volume 11, Issue 14 pp 5158—5172

The diagnostic and prognostic role of RhoA in hepatocellular carcinoma

Figure 4. Diagnostic model of RhoA protein expression in liver cancer patients. The staining intensities of RhoA via immunohistochemistry chips from PUMCH patient samples (A). Kaplan-Meier curves of overall survival (B) of liver cancer patients with high RhoA protein expression levels (3+) and low RhoA protein expression levels (0–2+). Diagram (C), sensitivity and specificity validation (D) and receiver operating characteristic curve (E) of the diagnostic model according to RhoA immunohistochemistry level.