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FIGURE 4: Effect of H19 overexpression on colony formation ability in stably H19 overexpressing (H19) and vector control (control, co) HepG2 (left panels), Plc/Prf/5 (middle panels), and Huh7 (right panels) cells. (A, C) Representative results of clonogenicity assays using untreated and (A) doxorubicin or (C) sorafenib treated hepatoma cells. (B, D) Colony formation ability of H19 overexpressing cells normalized to their respective untreated control cells after (B) doxorubicin (n≥3, duplicates) or (D) sorafenib (n=3, triplicates) treatment. The p values were calculated by two-sample t-test or Mann-Whitney U test depending on the data distribution. * p < 0.05, ** p < 0.01, *** p < 0.001.

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