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Research Article

Overexpression of MAL2 Correlates with Immune Infiltration and Poor Prognosis in Breast Cancer

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MAL2 expression in different types of cancers. (a) Expression of MAL2 gene in various cancers compared with matched normal tissues by the Oncomine database. Red and blue represent the number of data sets of increasing and decreasing MAL2 gene levels, respectively. (b) A meta-analysis of MAL2 expression across 10 analyses from the Oncomine database. Curtis breast (1–3), Ma breast (4), Perou breast (5), Sorlie breast (6–7), and TCGA breast (8–10). The colored squares represent the median rank of these genes (tumor tissues vs. normal tissues) across the 10 data sets. The significance level for the median rank analysis was set at .

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