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Fig. 1 | BMC Cancer

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From: Serum miR-486-5p as a diagnostic marker in cervical cancer: with investigation of potential mechanisms

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miR-486-5p is overexpressed in serum and tumor tissues from cervical cancer patients. a miR-486-5p expression in serum from healthy donors (Controls) and cervical cancer patients (Patients). ***P < 0.001, compared with Controls. b miR-486-5p expression in cervical cancer patients’ cancer tissues (Cancer) and adjacent normal tissues (Adjacent). ***P < 0.001, compared with adjacent tissues. c The correlation of miR-486-5p expression in cervical cancer patients’ serum and tissues. d ROC analysis of the serum miR-486-5p expression assay results for cervical cancer patients vs healthy subjects

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