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Table 1 Correlation between the Expression of CapG and Clinical Classification in OSCCs.

From: Clinical significance of gelsolin-like actin-capping protein expression in oral carcinogenesis: an immunohistochemical study of premalignant and malignant lesions of the oral cavity

   Immunostaining Results No. patients (%)  
Clinical Classification Total Capg (-) Capg (+) P Valuea
Age at surgery (years)     
   < 60 30 15 (50) 15 (50)  
   60 =<, < 70 22 11 (50) 11 (50) 0.920408
   70 =< 27 12 (44) 15 (56)  
Gender     
   Male 53 23 (43) 30 (57) 0.337982
   Female 26 15 (58) 11 (42)  
T-primary tumour     
   T1 4 4 (100) 0 (0)  
   T2 25 16 (64) 9 (36) 0.0140021
   T3 24 10 (42) 14 (58)  
   T4 26 8 (31) 18 (69)  
N-regional lymph node     
   N (-) 50 27 (54) 23 (46) 0.242807
   N (+) 29 11 (38) 18 (62)  
Stage     
   I 4 4 (100) 0 (0)  
   II 15 10 (67) 5 (33) 0.0191771
   III 19 10 (53) 9 (47)  
   IV 41 14 (34) 27 (66)  
Histopathologic type     
   Well differentiated 46 23 (50) 23 (50)  
   Moderately differentiated 28 12 (43) 16 (57) 0.714701
   Poorly differentiated 5 3 (60) 2 (40)  
Tumour site     
   Tongue 34 20 (59) 14 (41)  
   Gingiva 26 9 (35) 17 (65) 0.110879
   Oral floor 8 5 (63) 3 (37)  
   Buccal mucosa 6 1 (17) 5 (83)  
   Oropharynx 4 3 (75) 1 (25)  
   Lip 1 0 (0) 1 (100)  
Leukoplakia 28 10 (36) 18 (64)  
  1. aP < 0.05 was considered significant.