Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 3 pp 4317—4334

The landscape of alternative splicing reveals novel events associated with tumorigenesis and the immune microenvironment in gastric cancer

Profiling of AS events identified in GC. (A) The number of AS events and their parental genes derived from GC patients was counted based on the AS types. (B) Interactive analysis of seven types of AS events derived from GC patients is shown in an UpSet plot. (C) DEAS events between GC and adjacent normal tissues were visualized in a volcano plot. (D) Distinct DEAS events between GC and adjacent normal tissues were clustered and visualized in sector plots. (E) Interactive analysis of DEAS events between GC and adjacent normal tissues is shown in an UpSet plot.

Figure 1. Profiling of AS events identified in GC. (A) The number of AS events and their parental genes derived from GC patients was counted based on the AS types. (B) Interactive analysis of seven types of AS events derived from GC patients is shown in an UpSet plot. (C) DEAS events between GC and adjacent normal tissues were visualized in a volcano plot. (D) Distinct DEAS events between GC and adjacent normal tissues were clustered and visualized in sector plots. (E) Interactive analysis of DEAS events between GC and adjacent normal tissues is shown in an UpSet plot.