Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 19 pp 22802—22829

Highly expressed centromere protein L indicates adverse survival and associates with immune infiltration in hepatocellular carcinoma

The mRNA and protein expression of CENPL in HCC. (A) CENPL showed significantly high expression in HCC tissues than in normal tissues using Wilcoxon rank sum test. (B) The expression of CENPL was prominently highly expressed in HCC tissues compared with adjoining non-cancerous tissues via Wilcoxon signed-rank test. (C and D) suggested CENPL was prominently enhanced in HCC samples from GSE121248 and GSE54236. (E–G) compared with the normal group, the protein level of CENPL in the liver cancer group was significantly increased. Abbreviation: CENP: centromere protein.

Figure 1. The mRNA and protein expression of CENPL in HCC. (A) CENPL showed significantly high expression in HCC tissues than in normal tissues using Wilcoxon rank sum test. (B) The expression of CENPL was prominently highly expressed in HCC tissues compared with adjoining non-cancerous tissues via Wilcoxon signed-rank test. (C and D) suggested CENPL was prominently enhanced in HCC samples from GSE121248 and GSE54236. (EG) compared with the normal group, the protein level of CENPL in the liver cancer group was significantly increased. Abbreviation: CENP: centromere protein.