Table_1_A Novel Defined Risk Signature of the Ferroptosis-Related Genes for Predicting the Prognosis of Ovarian Cancer.XLSX (10.06 kB)
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posted on 01.04.2021, 05:17 by Ying Ye, Qinjin Dai, Shuhong Li, Jie He, Hongbo Qi

Ferroptosis is an iron-dependent, regulated form of cell death, and the process is complex, consisting of a variety of metabolites and biological molecules. Ovarian cancer (OC) is a highly malignant gynecologic tumor with a poor survival rate. However, the predictive role of ferroptosis-related genes in ovarian cancer prognosis remains unknown. In this study, we demonstrated that the 57 ferroptosis-related genes were expressed differently between ovarian cancer and normal ovarian tissue, and based on these genes, all OC cases can be well divided into 2 subgroups by applying consensus clustering. We utilized the least absolute shrinkage and selection operator (LASSO) cox regression model to develop a multigene risk signature from the TCGA cohort and then validated it in an OC cohort from the GEO database. A 5-gene signature was built and reveals a favorable predictive efficacy in both TCGA and GEO cohort (P < 0.001 and P = 0.03). The GO and KEGG analysis revealed that the differentially expressed genes (DEGs) between the low- and high-risk subgroup divided by our risk model were associated with tumor immunity, and lower immune status in the high-risk group was discovered. In conclusion, ferroptosis-related genes are vital factors predicting the prognosis of OC and could be a novel potential treatment target.

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