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Table 5 Correlation between microRNAs measured at inclusion

From: Age-related microRNAs in older breast cancer patients: biomarker potential and evolution during adjuvant chemotherapy

MicroRNAa miR-20a miR-30b miR-34a miR-106b miR-191 miR-301a miR-320b miR-374a miR-378a
miR-20a _ 0.252 (0.0174) 0.271 (0.0103) 0.225 (0.0337) 0.035 (0.7421) 0.320 (0.0022) −0.270 (0.0106) 0.067 (0.5347) −0.154 (0.1486)
miR-30b . _ −0.081 (0.4512) −0.237 (0.0254) 0.634 (<.0001) 0.624 (<.0001) 0.352 (0.0007) 0.722 (<.0001) −0.129 (0.2275)
miR-34a . . _ −0.080 (0.4566) −0.260 (0.0139) − 0.172 (0.1070) −0.076 (0.4766) − 0.256 (0.0153) −0.054 (0.6129-)
miR-106b . . . _ −0.401 (<.0001) 0.143 (0.1812) −0.635 (<.0001) −0.273 (0.0096) − 0.106 (0.3210)
miR-191 . . . . _ 0.544 (<.0001) 0.341 (0.0011) 0.761 (<.0001) −0.235 (0.0265)
miR-301a . . . . . _ −0.056 (0.6036) 0.549 (<.0001) −0.138 (0.1982)
miR-320b . . . . . . _ 0.330 (0.0016) 0.234 (0.0270)
miR-374a . . . . . . . _ −0.384 (0.0002)
  1. Each cell displays the Spearman’s correlation coefficient, and according p-value in parentheses. Strong and highly significant correlations are marked in bold (r > 0.5 and p < 0.01)
  2. amiR-34a, miR-320b and miR-378a were previously shown to increase with aging; miR-20a, miR-30b, miR-106b, miR-191, miR-301a and miR-374a were previously shown to decrease with aging