Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 5 pp 7416—7429

A bioinformatic analysis: the overexpression and clinical significance of FCGBP in ovarian cancer

Function and pathway enrichment analyses of FCGBP in ovarian cancer. (A–C) Significant Gene Ontology terms of the top 300 genes most positively associated with FCGBP, including biological processes (BP), molecular function (MF), and cell component (CC). (D) Significant KEGG pathways of the top 300 genes most positively associated with FCGBP. (E, F) Significant GSEA results of the top 300 genes most positively associated with FCGBP, including KEGG pathways (E) and Reactome pathways (F).

Figure 4. Function and pathway enrichment analyses of FCGBP in ovarian cancer. (AC) Significant Gene Ontology terms of the top 300 genes most positively associated with FCGBP, including biological processes (BP), molecular function (MF), and cell component (CC). (D) Significant KEGG pathways of the top 300 genes most positively associated with FCGBP. (E, F) Significant GSEA results of the top 300 genes most positively associated with FCGBP, including KEGG pathways (E) and Reactome pathways (F).