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Table 4 Significant GO biological processes and KEGG pathways

From: An eight-mRNA signature outperforms the lncRNA-based signature in predicting prognosis of patients with glioblastoma

CategoryTermCount of genesP-value
Biology ProcessCellular metal ion homeostasis126.570 × 10− 05
Metal ion homeostasis129.840 × 10−05
Cellular cation homeostasis131.590 × 10−04
Cellular calcium ion homeostasis111.760 × 10− 04
Calcium ion homeostasis112.200 × 10−04
Cellular di-, tri-valent inorganic cation homeostasis122.410 × 10−04
Di-, tri-valent inorganic cation homeostasis123.740 × 10−04
Cell-cell signaling204.350 × 10−04
Cation homeostasis134.710 × 10−04
Regulation of system process139.290 × 10−04
Ectoderm development101.434 × 10−03
Cellular ion homeostasis134.521 × 10− 03
Cellular chemical homeostasis135.122 × 10−03
Chemical homeostasis158.944 × 10−03
Ion homeostasis138.989 × 10−03
Response to wounding151.186 × 10−02
Cellular homeostasis132.288 × 10−02
Behavior132.390 × 10− 02
Multicellular organism reproduction133.075 × 10−02
Reproductive process in a multicellular organism133.075 × 10−02
Defense response153.669 × 10−02
Gamete generation113.984 × 10−02
Homeostatic process174.436 × 10−02
G-protein coupled receptor protein signaling pathway234.513 × 10−02
Transmission of nerve impulse104.589 × 10−02
KEGG PathwayNeuroactive ligand-receptor interaction97.151 × 10−04
Tight junction41.892 × 10−02
Wnt signaling pathway42.391 × 10−02
Calcium signaling pathway43.157 × 10−02
Cytokine-cytokine receptor interaction53.380 × 10−02
  1. Count of genes, the total number of genes significantly involved in a GO biological process or pathway; GO, gene ontology; KEGG, Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes pathway enrichment