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Research Article

High Expression of H3K27me3 Is an Independent Predictor of Worse Outcome in Patients with Urothelial Carcinoma of Bladder Treated with Radical Cystectomy

Table 1

Association between the expression of H3K27me3 and clinicopathologic features in UCB.

Characteristic Total
cases
H3K27me3 expression (%)
Low expressionHigh expression value*

Age (years)0.955
 ≤65**6836 (52.9)32 (47.1)
 >655831 (53.4)27 (46.6)
Gender0.817
 Male11461 (53.5)53 (46.5)
 Female126 (50.0)6 (50.0)
Tumor multiplicity0.010
 Unifocal4919 (38.8)30 (61.2)
 Multifocal7748 (62.3)29 (37.7)
WHO grade0.312
 G12416 (66.7)8 (33.3)
 G24624 (52.2)22 (47.8)
 G35627 (48.2)29 (51.8)
pT status0.404
 PT12516 (64.0)9 (36.0)
 PT25530 (54.5)25 (45.5)
 PT33015 (50.0)15 (50.0)
 PT4166 (37.5)10 (62.5)
pN status0.046
 PN−10560 (57.1)45 (42.9)
 PN+217 (33.3)14 (66.7)

Chi-square test; **median age; UCB: urothelial carcinoma of bladder.

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