Table5_Multi-Omics Signatures Identification for LUAD Prognosis Prediction Model Based on the Integrative Analysis of Immune and Hypoxia Signals.XLSX
Lung adenocarcinoma (LUAD) is the most common histological subtype of lung cancer with heterogeneous outcomes and diverse therapeutic responses. However, the understanding of the potential mechanism behind LUAD initiation and progression remains limited. Increasing evidence shows the clinical significance of the interaction between immune and hypoxia in tumor microenvironment. To mine reliable prognostic signatures related to both immune and hypoxia and provide a more comprehensive landscape of the hypoxia-immune genome map, we investigated the hypoxia-immune-related alteration at the multi-omics level (gene expression, somatic mutation, and DNA methylation). Multiple strategies including lasso regression and multivariate Cox proportional hazards regression were used to screen the signatures with clinical significance and establish an incorporated prognosis prediction model with robust discriminative power on survival status on both the training and test datasets. Finally, combing all the samples, we constructed a robust model comprising 19 signatures for the prognosis prediction of LUAD patients. The results of our study provide a comprehensive landscape of hypoxia-immune related genetic alterations and provide a robust prognosis predictor for LUAD patients.