Identifying potential prognostic biomarkers in head and neck cancer based on the analysis of microRNA expression profiles in TCGA database

Molecular Medicine Reports
Xiaobin WangMing Zhong

Abstract

The present study aimed to identify sensitive, specific and independent prognostic biomarkers in head and neck cancer (HNC) based on microRNA expression profiles and other high‑throughput sequencing data in The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) database. Identification of such prognostic biomarkers could provide insight into HNC diagnosis and treatment. The differential expression profiles of microRNAs between HNC tissues and adjacent cancer tissues in the TCGA database were analyzed (log fold‑change >2; P<0.01). Univariate and multivariate Cox regression analyses of the differentially expressed microRNAs were performed to determine those significantly related to the survival of patients with HNC. The identified microRNAs were verified by survival and receiver operating characteristic curve analyses. To better predict prognosis, a combined prognostic model (risk equation) was established based on the risk coefficient of each microRNA, calculated by a multivariate Cox regression analysis, and the risk score was calculated. To explore the signaling pathways related to prognosis, Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) and Gene Ontology (GO) analyses were performed on the differentially expressed genes between the high‑risk and lo...Continue Reading

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