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Figure 2. From: Low level anti-Hu reactivity: a risk marker for small cell lung cancer?.

Anti-Hu reactivity levels in SCLC cases, smoking controls and non-smoking controls plotted on a logarithmic scale. To represent arithmetic zero, 1.0 was added to each adjusted reading value.

Jeffrey A. Tsou, et al. Cancer Detect Prev. ;32(4):292-299.
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Figure 3. From: Low level anti-Hu reactivity: a risk marker for small cell lung cancer?.

Plot of time until death or censorship. Plots of survival functions for anti-Hu reactivity; above and below 1800 units.
X-axis indicates time in months. Y axis indicates survival distribution function.

Jeffrey A. Tsou, et al. Cancer Detect Prev. ;32(4):292-299.
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Figure 1. From: Low level anti-Hu reactivity: a risk marker for small cell lung cancer?.

Representative examples of anti-Hu immunoreactivity assays of plasma from SCLC cases and controls. Blots of recombinant human HuD were probed with 1:1000 dilutions of plasma. Lanes 1 and 2: plasma from two SCLC cases. Lanes 3 and 4: plasma from two smoking controls. Lane 5: plasma from a non-smoking control that showed no detectable reactivity. For quantitation, 5 minute exposures were used. For the purposes of this figure only to illustrate that exposure time did not affect reactivity, different exposure times are shown here: 1 min, 40s, 40s, 9 min, and 20 min respectively from left to right.

Jeffrey A. Tsou, et al. Cancer Detect Prev. ;32(4):292-299.

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