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Table 1 Distribution of infections in the 5,068 samples, by HPV genotype as detected by CLART

From: HPV prevalence and genotype distribution in a population-based split-sample study of well-screened women using CLART HPV2 Human Papillomavirus genotype microarray system

  Infections   
HPV genotypes Single (%) Multiple (%) Total (%)
High-risk a    
16 120 (35%) 226 (65%) 346 (100%)
18 31 (24%) 97 (76%) 128 (100%)
31 44 (20%) 174 (80%) 218 (100%)
33 35 (25%) 107 (75%) 142 (100%)
35 18 (22%) 64 (78%) 82 (100%)
39 17 (25%) 50 (75%) 67 (100%)
45 14 (18%) 62 (82%) 76 (100%)
51 41 (22%) 143 (78%) 184 (100%)
52 79 (32%) 168 (68%) 247 (100%)
56 18 (19%) 78 (81%) 96 (100%)
58 45 (24%) 139 (76%) 184 (100%)
59 31 (23%) 103 (77%) 134 (100%)
68 3 (3%) 100 (97%) 103 (100%)
≥1 high-risk genotype 496 (39%) 778 (61%) 1,274 (100%)
≥1 high-risk genotype, no low-risk genotype 496 (72%) 193 (28%) 689 (100%)
Low-risk a    
6 34 (28%) 86 (72%) 120 (100%)
11 4 (33%) 8 (67%) 12 (100%)
26 2 (15%) 11 (85%) 13 (100%)
40 1 (6%) 16 (94%) 17 (100%)
42 20 (24%) 64 (76%) 84 (100%)
43 0 0 0
44 5 (12%) 37 (88%) 42 (100%)
53 69 (26%) 193 (74%) 262 (100%)
54 20 (28%) 51 (72%) 71 (100%)
61 58 (31%) 128 (69%) 186 (100%)
62 36 (32%) 75 (68%) 111 (100%)
66 52 (33%) 105 (67%) 157 (100%)
70 55 (37%) 94 (63%) 149 (100%)
71 4 (36%) 7 (64%) 11 (100%)
72 10 (40%) 15 (60%) 25 (100%)
73 5 (20%) 20 (80%) 25 (100%)
81 27 (28%) 68 (72%) 95 (100%)
82 20 (14%) 121 (86%) 141 (100%)
83 45 (41%) 64 (59%) 109 (100%)
84 25 (28%) 64 (72%) 89 (100%)
85 0 0 0
89 0 0 0
≥1 low-risk genotype 492 (41%) 715 (59%) 1,207 (100%)
≥1 low-risk genotype, no high-risk genotype 492 (79%) 130 (21%) 622 (100%)
≥1 high-risk or low-risk genotype 988 (52%) 908 (48%) 1,896 (100%)
  1. Abbreviations: HPV Human Papillomavirus.
  2. aAccording to the classification reported by IARC [2].