Table_1_OLFML2B Is a Robust Prognostic Biomarker in Bladder Cancer Through Genome-Wide Screening: A Study Based on Seven Cohorts.xlsx (1.52 MB)
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posted on 15.11.2021, 04:22 by Jiaxing Lin, Xiao Xu, Tianren Li, Jihang Yao, Meng Yu, Yuyan Zhu, Dan Sun
Background

Bladder cancer lacks useful and robust prognostic markers to stratify patients at risk. Our study is to identify a robust prognostic marker for bladder cancer.

Methods

The transcriptome and clinical data of bladder cancer were downloaded from multiple databases. We searched for genes with robust prognosis by Kaplan-Meier analysis of the whole genome. CIBERSORT and TIMER algorithm was used to calculate the degree of immune cell infiltration.

Results

We identified OLFML2B as a robust prognostic marker for bladder cancer in five cohorts. Kaplan-Meier analysis showed that patients with a high level of OLFML2B expression had a poor prognosis. The expression of OLFML2B increased with the increase of stage and grade. We found that patients with high expression of OLFML2B still had a poor prognosis in two small bladder cancer cohorts. OLFML2B also has the prognostic ability in ten other tumors, and the prognosis is poor in high expression. The correlation analysis between OLFML2B and immune cells showed that it was positively correlated with the degree of macrophage infiltration and highly co-expressed with tumor-associated macrophage markers. Finally, the Wound-healing assay and Colony formation assay results showed that the migration and proliferation ability of bladder cancer cell lines decreased after the knockdown of OLFML2B.

Conclusions

In summary, OLFML2B is a robust risk prognostic marker, and it can help patients with bladder cancer improve individualized treatment.

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