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Table 2 Univariate and multivariate analyses of METTL14 mRNA level and clinicopathological variables predictive of overall survival

From: Decreased expression of METTL14 predicts poor prognosis and construction of a prognostic signature for clear cell renal cell carcinoma

Variable Univariate analysis Multivariate analysis
HR 95% CI p HR 95% CI p
Overall survival
  Age(year) 1.033 1.020–1.047 0.000 1.035 1.020–1.051 0.000
  Gender 0.933 0.680–1.282 0.670 0.919 0.662–1.275 0.613
 Race 1.193 0.716–1.988 0.498 1.169 0.670–2.039 0.582
 Grade 1.967 1.6389-2.360 0.000 1.337 1.068–1.674 0.011
  Stage 1.856 1.644–2.095 0.000 1.781 1.261–2.516 0.001
  T 1.998 1.689–2.362 0.000 1.061 0.805–1.399 0.673
  N 0.863 0.739–1.008 0.063 0.857 0.729–1.006 0.059
 M 2.100 1.661–2.655 0.000 0.800 0.423–1.514 0.494
 METTL14 0.663 0.574–0.766 0.000 0.808 0.691–0.946 0.008
  1. Italicized values indicated that p < 0.05
  2. HR hazard ratio, estimated from Cox proportional hazard regression model, CI confidence interval of the estimated HR; Multivariate models were adjusted for age, grade, race, stage and T,N,M classification