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Fig. 1 | Journal of Translational Medicine

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From: CD36 promotes the epithelial–mesenchymal transition and metastasis in cervical cancer by interacting with TGF-β

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CD36 expression and its clinical significance in cervical cancer patients. a Over-expression of CD36 in cervical cancer (magnification: upper row, ×100 ; lower row, ×200). b Expression levels of CD36 in normal cervical tissues and cervical cancer with well, moderate and poor differentiation (magnification: upper row, ×100; lower row, ×200). c Scores for CD36 staining in cervical cancer and normal cervical tissues. d Scores for CD36 staining in cases of well, moderate, and poor differentiated cervical cancer. e Kaplan–Meier survival analysis of cervical cancer patients according to their CD36 protein expression status

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