Research Paper Volume 12, Issue 15 pp 15624—15637

An autophagy-related long non-coding RNA prognostic signature accurately predicts survival outcomes in bladder urothelial carcinoma patients

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Figure 2.

Correlation analyses of the autophagy-related lncRNA prognostic signature with various clinicopathological characteristics of the BCLA patients. The analysis compares the expression of the 5 prognostic lncRNAs in the BCLA patient cohort from the TCGA database stratified according to (A) age (< 65 y, n = 189; ≥ 65 y, n = 235); (B) gender (male, n = 291 vs. female, n = 102); (C) tumor grades (high grade, n = 372; low grade, n = 18); and (D) AJCC stages (stages I/II, n = 115; stages III/IV, n = 266).