Figure 4: Pathway alterations in endometrial carcinomas. | Nature

Figure 4: Pathway alterations in endometrial carcinomas.

From: Integrated genomic characterization of endometrial carcinoma

Figure 4

a, The RTK/RAS/β-catenin pathway is altered through several mechanisms that exhibit mutually exclusive patterns. Alteration frequencies are expressed as a percentage of all cases. The right panel shows patterns of occurrence. b, The PI(3)K pathway has mutually exclusive PIK3CA and PIK3R1 alterations that frequently co-occur with PTEN alterations in the MSI and copy-number low subgroups. c, Heat map display of top 1,000 varying pathway features within PARADIGM consensus clusters. Samples were arranged in order of their consensus cluster membership. The genomic subtype for each sample is displayed below the consensus clusters.

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