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Table 5 Characteristics of diabetic patients with point substitution mutations in the pre-C/C, BCP, and X regions of the HBV genome

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) OD HBsAg ELISA Pre-C/C mutation Pre-C/C nt
(1814–2452)
X mutation
(1374–1838)
BCP mutation (1742–1849)
OK382075 63 F 61 0.1 G29D, E93D, A109V, N121T, M122A, I145L, P159Q, P164T G1899A I127T, K130I, V131L T1753C, A1762T, G1764T, C1766G, C1773T
OK382076 65 F 72 0.14 G29D, E93D, A109V, N121T, M122A, I145L, P159Q, P164T G1899A I127T, K130I, V131L T1753C, A1762T, G1764T, C1766G, C1773T
OK382077 66 M 42 0.14 G29D, S64A, E93D, A109V, N121T, M122A, I145L, P159Q, P164T G1899A I127T, K130I, V131L T1753C, A1762T, G1764T, C1766G, C1773T
OK382078 69 F 47 0.15 C7R, G29D, E93D, A109V, N121T, M122A, I145L, P159Q, P164T G1899A I127T, K130I, V131L T1753C, A1762T, G1764T, C1766G, C1773T, T1832C
OK382079 71 F 43 0.166 G29D, E93D, A109V, N121T, M122A, I145L, P159Q, P164T G1899A I127T, K130I, V131L T1753C, A1762T, G1764T, C1766G, C1773T
OK382080 80 F 60 3.14 W28*, G29D, S50A, S78T, T96I, A109T, S116G, T120S, I145L, A160P G1896A, G1899A I127L A1727G, A1752C
OK382081 82 F 96 3.82 W28*, S50T, Y67F, E93D, A109V, S116G, N121T, M122V, T143I, P164T G1896A I127L A1752C, A1775C
OK382082 83 F 66 3.4 W28*, C77G, S78T, A109T, A160G G1896A   T1758C, C1773T, A1775G
OK382083 84 F 42 3.1 E69N, G103V   I127T, K130M, V131I T1753C, A1762T, G1764A,
OK382084 85 F 73 2.6 V17F, W28*, G29D, S50T, F53Y, S78T, G103A, E106Q, L113Q, I145L, T176C, R180Q, P185S G1896A, G1899A I127L A1752C
OK382085 86 M 75 0.246 G29D, E93D, A109V, N121T, M122A, I145L, P159Q, P164T G1899A I127T, K130I, V131L T1753C, A1762T, G1764T, C1766G, C1773T