Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 4 pp 5585—5606

TMEM106C contributes to the malignant characteristics and poor prognosis of hepatocellular carcinoma

TMEM106C transcription in subgroups of HCC patients, stratified by gender, age, race, tumor stage and tumor grade (UALCAN). (A) Relative level of TMEM106C in normal liver and LIHC samples. (B) Boxplot showing the relative expression of TMEM106C in healthy controls and male or female LIHC patients. (C) Relative level of TMEM106C in healthy controls of any age and LIHC patients of different age periods. (D) Relative level of TMEM106C in healthy controls of any ethnicity and LIHC patients of Caucasian, African-American or Asian ethnicity. (E) Boxplot showing the relative expression of TEM106C in healthy controls and LIHC patients in different stages. (F) Relative level of TMEM106C in healthy controls and LIHC patients with grades 1, 2, 3 or 4. 31 Data are shown as the mean ± SE.

Figure 2. TMEM106C transcription in subgroups of HCC patients, stratified by gender, age, race, tumor stage and tumor grade (UALCAN). (A) Relative level of TMEM106C in normal liver and LIHC samples. (B) Boxplot showing the relative expression of TMEM106C in healthy controls and male or female LIHC patients. (C) Relative level of TMEM106C in healthy controls of any age and LIHC patients of different age periods. (D) Relative level of TMEM106C in healthy controls of any ethnicity and LIHC patients of Caucasian, African-American or Asian ethnicity. (E) Boxplot showing the relative expression of TEM106C in healthy controls and LIHC patients in different stages. (F) Relative level of TMEM106C in healthy controls and LIHC patients with grades 1, 2, 3 or 4. 31 Data are shown as the mean ± SE.