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Table 1 Correlation of CS1 containing fibronectin expression and clinicopathological variables in normal and oral SCC tissues

From: The CS1 segment of fibronectin is involved in human OSCC pathogenesis by mediating OSCC cell spreading, migration, and invasion

  No. of tissue specimens CS1 staining intensity [No. of tissue specimens(%)] Pvalue
   Low High  
Normal 17 9 (53) 8 (47)  
Tumor 63 15 (24) 48 (76) Normal vs Tumor 0.03*
Tumor grade vs CS1 staining     
Group-I (I, I-II and II)a 49 8 (16) 41 (84)  
Group-II (II-III, III and IV) a 14 7(50) 7 (50) Group I vs Group II 0.01*
Organ vs CS1 staining     
Normal 8 4 (50) 4 (50)  
Tongue     
Tumor 26 7 (24) 19 (76) Normal vs Tumor 0.05*
Tongue     
  1. aParenthetical data under tumor grade vs CS1 staining denote original tumor grade provided in tumor microarray. These grades were pooled into groups for purposes of statistical analysis.
  2. Statistical analysis: Chi-square test; *significant difference p ≤ 0.05