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Table 4 Characteristics of diabetic patients with point substitution mutations in HBsAg

From: Molecular evaluation of hepatitis B virus infection and predominant mutations of pre-core, basal core promoter and S regions in an Iranian population with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a case–control study

Accession no. Patient no. Sex (M/F) Age (year) S mutations OD of HBsAg ELISA test
MF419214 28 F 69 F93C, M125T, T127P, A168V 3.79
MF419215 63 F 61 P120T, M125T, T127P, G130E, G145R, A168V 0.09
MF419216 64 M 52 M125T, T127P, A168V 0.138
MF419217 65 F 72 P120T, M125T, T127P 0.14
MF419218 66 M 42 M125T, T127P, A168V 0.14
MF419219 69 F 47 P120T, M125T, T127P, A168V 0.15
MF419220 71 F 43 L109P, M125T, T127P, A168V 0.166
MF419221 76 F 42 P120T, M125T, T127P, A168V 0.221
MF419222 79 F 47 I92T, L94S, V96G, M125T, T127P, G159V 1.425
MF419223 80 F 60 F85C, V96G, M125T, T127P 3.14
MF419224 82 F 96 M125T, T127P, A168V 3.82
MF419225 83 F 66 M125T, T127P 3.4
MF419226 84 F 42 M125T, T127P 3.1
MF419227 85 F 73 M125T, T127P, E164G 2.6
MF419228 86 M 75 P120T, M125T 0.246
MF419229 97 F 67 I92T, L94S, V96G, M125T, T127P, G159A, W165R, A168V 1.24