Nuclear expression of individual markers. (A). Displayed are differences in nuclear expression, measured as the percentage of positively stained nuclei (y-axis), between normal and tumor tissues (n = 29). Boxplots show the median and range of expression of each of the individual markers in normal (N) and tumor (T) samples (x-axis). P-values represent statistical differences between normal and tumor samples, calculated using the Wilcoxon signed rank test. (B). Cumulative incidence curves, accounting for competing risks, showing the difference in survival between high and low expression groups of each of the individual markers. 5-year survival rates are included as percentages (in gray); p-values represent the statistical differences between the two patient groups in multivariate analyses. Numbers of patients in each group are indicated in each figure (n).