Additional file 2: of SPAG5 upregulation contributes to enhanced c-MYC transcriptional activity via interaction with c-MYC binding protein in triple-negative breast cancer

Figure S1. Increased SPAG5 expression promotes breast cancer progression and correlates with poor prognosis. a SPAG5 mRNA levels in TCGA breast cancer mRNA dataset of tumor(n = 737) versus non-tumor tissues(n = 120). b SPAG5 mRNA levels in TNBC (n = 165) versus non-tumor tissues(n = 33) from GSE76250 dataset. c Kaplan–Meier curve of DFS and OS for breast cancer patients with low expression of SPAG5 versus high expression of SPAG5 group. (PDF 267 kb)