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Table 2 Type-specific HPV detection in β-globin- and HPV-positive cervical cancers

From: Invasive cervical cancers from women living in the United States or Botswana: differences in human papillomavirus type distribution

HPV Type U.S., N = 46 Botswana, N = 136 p-value
   High-risk type distribution  
HR-HPV 46 (100%) 130 (95.6%) p = 0.3401
HPV 16 40 (87.0%) 58 (42.7%) p < 0.0012
HPV 18 4 (8.7%) 32 (23.5%) p = 0.0292
HPV26 0 5 (3.7%) p = 0.3321
HPV31 1 (2.2%) 5 (3.7%) p = 1.0001
HPV33 1 (2.2%) 7 (5.2%) p = 0.6821
HPV35 0 8 (5.9%) p = 0.2051
HPV39 0 6 (4.4%) p = 0.3401
HPV45 3 (6.5%) 12 (8.8%) p = 0.7641
HPV51 0 3 (2.2%) p = 0.5731
HPV52 0 4 (2.9%) p = 0.5741
HPV53 0 1 (0.7%) p = 1.0001
HPV56 0 0  
HPV58 0 2 (1.5%) p = 1.0001
HPV59 0 2 (1.5%) p = 1.0001
HPV66 0 4 (2.9%) p = 0.5741
HPV67 0 1 (0.7%) p = 1.0001
HPV68 0 2 (1.5%) p = 1.0001
HPV69 0 1 (0.7%) p = 1.0001
HPV70 0 0  
HPV73 0 0  
HPV82 0 2 (1.5%) p = 1.0001
HPVIS39 0 0  
   Low-risk type distribution  
LR-HPV 0 12 (8.8%) p = 0.0391
HPV6 0 1 (0.7%) p = 1.0001
HPV11 0 1 (0.7%) p = 1.0001
HPV40 0 1 (0.7%) p = 1.0001
HPV42 0 0  
HPV54 0 0  
HPV55 0 1 (0.7%) p = 1.0001
HPV61 0 0  
HPV62 0 0  
HPV71 0 0  
HPV72 0 0  
HPV81 0 1 (0.7%) p = 1.0001
HPV83 0 2 (1.5%) p = 1.0001
HPV84 0 6 (4.4%) p = 0.3401
  1. 1Fisher’s exact test, 2Chi-square test.