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Table 2 Correlation between clinicopathological characteristics and pJNK expression in 483 gastric cancers

From: c-Jun N-terminal kinase activation has a prognostic implication and is negatively associated with FOXO1 activation in gastric cancer

  pJNK P
  Positive (%) Negative (%)  
Total 182 (38) 301 (62)  
Age (years)    
 0–39 13 (36) 23 (64) 0.432
 40–65 103 (36) 186 (64)  
 66–88 66 (42) 92 (58)  
Gender    
 Male 134 (40) 203 (60) 0.091
 Female 48 (33) 98 (67)  
Lauren’s classification    
 Intestinal 104 (44) 132 (56) 0.037*
 Diffuse 62 (32) 131 (68)  
 Mixed 16 (30) 38 (70)  
pTNM stage    
 I 127 (47) 144 (53) <0.001*
 II 22 (24) 69 (76)  
 III 21 (34) 41 (66)  
 IV 12 (20) 47 (80)  
Lymphatic invasion    
 Absent 113 (41) 160 (59) 0.034*
 Present 69 (33) 141 (67)  
  1. pJNK phosphorylated c-Jun N-terminal kinase, TNM tumor-node metastasis
  2. *Considered to be statistically significant (<0.05)