Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 12 pp 16198—16218

A risk signature of four aging-related genes has clinical prognostic value and is associated with a tumor immune microenvironment in glioma

The risk score could serve as an independent prognostic index and predict the prognoses of patients with glioma. (A, B) Univariate and multivariate Cox analysis of clinical characteristics and molecular features based on the training (TCGA) and validation (CGGA) datasets. (C) Nomogram based on the WHO grade, IDH status and risk score for providing prognoses of patients with glioma in the TCGA datasets. (D–F) Calibration plots used to indicate that the nomogram could effectively predicted the 2-,3-, and 5- years prognoses of patients with glioma.

Figure 5. The risk score could serve as an independent prognostic index and predict the prognoses of patients with glioma. (A, B) Univariate and multivariate Cox analysis of clinical characteristics and molecular features based on the training (TCGA) and validation (CGGA) datasets. (C) Nomogram based on the WHO grade, IDH status and risk score for providing prognoses of patients with glioma in the TCGA datasets. (DF) Calibration plots used to indicate that the nomogram could effectively predicted the 2-,3-, and 5- years prognoses of patients with glioma.