Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 15 pp 19894—19907

Establishing a three-miRNA signature as a prognostic model for colorectal cancer through bioinformatics analysis

The relevancies between the clinical features and the RSM. The relevancies between the RSM and gender (A), stage (B), T-stage (C), N-stage (D) and M-stage (E). The lower risk scores were showed in the male patients (A), and patients with early stage (B), early T-stage (C), early N-stage (D) and early M-stage (E) based on TCGA database. (0 = Female patients; 1 = Male patients).

Figure 5. The relevancies between the clinical features and the RSM. The relevancies between the RSM and gender (A), stage (B), T-stage (C), N-stage (D) and M-stage (E). The lower risk scores were showed in the male patients (A), and patients with early stage (B), early T-stage (C), early N-stage (D) and early M-stage (E) based on TCGA database. (0 = Female patients; 1 = Male patients).