Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 19 pp 23020—23035

DCP1A is an unfavorable prognostic-related enhancer RNA in hepatocellular carcinoma

Correlation between DCP1A and clinicopathological variables. (A) Relationship between DCP1A and the predicted target gene PRKCD. (B) Expression level of DCP1A in HCC tissue compared with the level in normal tissue. (C) High expression of eRNA DCP1A was associated with poor prognosis in HCC. (D) High expression of PRKCD was associated with poor prognosis in HCC. (E–L) Increased expression of DCP1A was significantly correlated with cancer status, histological grade, AJCC stage, and T stage, and showed insignificant correlation with age, gender, M and N stage.

Figure 3. Correlation between DCP1A and clinicopathological variables. (A) Relationship between DCP1A and the predicted target gene PRKCD. (B) Expression level of DCP1A in HCC tissue compared with the level in normal tissue. (C) High expression of eRNA DCP1A was associated with poor prognosis in HCC. (D) High expression of PRKCD was associated with poor prognosis in HCC. (EL) Increased expression of DCP1A was significantly correlated with cancer status, histological grade, AJCC stage, and T stage, and showed insignificant correlation with age, gender, M and N stage.