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 DEAS EVs identified in GC. (A) The opposite trend of representative DEGs between GC and adjacent normal tissues is shown in violin plots. Some AS events of these representative DEGs were upregulated in GC tissues (upper). The same AS events of these representative DEGs were downregulated in GC tissues for the different splicing sites (lower). (B) Interactive analysis of DEGs between GC and adjacent normal tissues is shown in an UpSet plot.

Figure 2. Profiling of DEAS EVs identified in GC. (A) The opposite trend of representative DEGs between GC and adjacent normal tissues is shown in violin plots. Some AS events of these representative DEGs were upregulated in GC tissues (upper). The same AS events of these representative DEGs were downregulated in GC tissues for the different splicing sites (lower). (B) Interactive analysis of DEGs between GC and adjacent normal tissues is shown in an UpSet plot.