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Fig. 6 | BMC Cancer

Fig. 6

From: Cancer-testis antigen cyclin A1 is broadly expressed in ovarian cancer and is associated with prolonged time to tumor progression after platinum-based therapy

Fig. 6

a Difference in time to progression after surgery in relation to staining intensity: blue-Cyclin A1low; green-Cyclin A1high (p = 0.018). b Difference in overall survival after surgery in relation to staining intensity: blue-Cyclin A1low; green-Cyclin A1high (p = 0.155). c Difference in time to progression after surgery in relation to percentage of cells: blue- < 100 % of cells; green-100 % of cells (p = 0.253). d Difference in overall survival after surgery in relation to percentage of cells: blue- < 100 % of cells; green-100 % of cells (p = 0.044). The time is given in months

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