Research Paper Volume 12, Issue 22 pp 23337—23350

Intratumoral levels and prognostic significance of Fusobacterium nucleatum in cervical carcinoma

Figure 1. Intratumoral F. nucleatum levels in cervical cancer tissues. (A) F. nucleatum levels in 23 pairs of (Left) adjacent non-tumor tissues (ANT) vs. cervical cancer and (Middle) cervical cancer vs. (Right) recurrent cervical cancer tissues. (B) The relative amount of F. nucleatum in 23 cervical cancer tissues within I/II stage and (C) 20 advanced cancer tissues III/IV. Differences were assessed with a paired two-tailed t-test. F.N, F. nucleatum