SCINDERIN expression did not correlate with prognosis in head and neck cancer and did not explain the absence of prognostic value of intratumoral CD8
T cells. (A) Tissues derived from biopsies of head and neck cancers were stained with the anti-SCINDERIN antibody by simple immunochemical analysis. For overall survival analysis, the low and high groups were defined depending on the absence or the presence of tumor SCINDERIN expression. (B) CD8 and SCINDERIN stainings were measured in biopsies derived from head and neck cancer patients. The combination of these two stainings and the overall survival are represented. For overall survival analysis, the high and low group for each population were combined.