Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 6 pp 8777—8796

Comprehensive analysis of expression and prognostic value of the claudin family in human breast cancer

Relationship between the claudin family and the SBR criterion. (A) CLDN3; (B) CLDN4; (C) CLDN5; (D) CLDN6; (E) CLDN7; (F) CLDN9; (G) CLDN10; (H) CLDN11; (I) CLDN12; (J) CLDN14; (K) CLDN15; (L) CLDN16; (M) CLDN17; (N) CLDN22; (O) CLDN24. Global differences between the groups were assessed by Welch’s test, and p

Figure 3. Relationship between the claudin family and the SBR criterion. (A) CLDN3; (B) CLDN4; (C) CLDN5; (D) CLDN6; (E) CLDN7; (F) CLDN9; (G) CLDN10; (H) CLDN11; (I) CLDN12; (J) CLDN14; (K) CLDN15; (L) CLDN16; (M) CLDN17; (N) CLDN22; (O) CLDN24. Global differences between the groups were assessed by Welch’s test, and p < 0.05 was considered significant, with Dunnett’s modified Tukey–Kramer test computed for each pairwise comparison. Abbreviations: AQP, aquaporin; NPI, Nottingham Prognostic Index; SBR, Scarff–Bloom–Richardson.