Additional file 2 of SWI/SNF complex gene variations are associated with a higher tumor mutational burden and a better response to immune checkpoint inhibitor treatment: a pan-cancer analysis of next-generation sequencing data corresponding to 4591 cases

Yue Li, Xinhua Yang, Weijie Zhu, Yuxia Xu, Jiangjun Ma, Caiyun He & Fang Wang
Additional file 2: Fig. S2 The progression-free survival (PFS) of patients receiving immune checkpoint inhibitor (ICI) treatment based on cancer types. The survival analysis was performed for individual cancer types that contained at least 10 cases in the SWI/SNF-mutant or SWI/SNF-non-mutant groups. The PFS of the SWI/SNF-mutant group was significantly superior to that of the SWI/SNF-non-mutant group in colorectal cancer (a) and gastric cancer (b), the same tendency was significant numerically by not statistically in...
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