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Fig. 1 | BMC Cancer

Fig. 1

From: Differences in elongation of very long chain fatty acids and fatty acid metabolism between triple-negative and hormone receptor-positive breast cancer

Fig. 1

Ratios of phosphocholine to choline in breast cancer and corresponding normal breast tissue samples. a A dot plot of the ratio of phosphocholine to choline in all breast cancer tissue samples, TN tumors, EP + H- tumors, and the corresponding normal breast tissue samples. Asterisks indicate significant differences (p < 0.05) between the breast cancer tissue samples, TN tumors, EP + H- tumors, and the corresponding normal breast tissue samples. The Wilcoxon signed rank test was used for comparisons between each type of tissue. The Mann-Whitney U-test was used for comparisons between TN and EP + H-. The vertical axis shows the log2 fold values of the phosphocholine to choline ratio. In the x-axis, EP + H- normal breast and TN normal breast indicate the normal breast tissue samples corresponding to each cancer subtype. b The choline pathway including choline kinase

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