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Table 2 Prevalence of feline bocavirus infection in cats in Northeast China

From: Detection and genetic characterization of feline bocavirus in Northeast China

Factor Category no. tested Prevalence (no. positive) Univariable analysisa The number of different genotype in FBoV- positive samples
OR 95% CI P value FBoV-1 FBoV-2 FBoV-1+ FBoV-2
Region Shenyang 36 25% (9) Reference 7/9 2/9 0/9
Jinzhou 17 23.5% (4) 1.180 0.485–2.874 0.715 3/4 1/4 0/4
Changchun 85 29.4% (25) 0.714 0.208–2.451 0.593 15/25 6/25 4/25
Jilin 33 24.2% (8) 1.125 0.384–3.297 0.830 5/8 3/8 0/8
Harbin 26 19.2% (5) 0.923 0.239–3.564 0.908 5/5 0/5 0/5
Source PVC 71 16.9% (12) Reference 10/12 2/12 0/12
ASC 126 30.9% (39) 2.445 1.160–5.154 0.019 25/39 10/39 4/39
Clinical symptom Diarrhea 105 33.3% (35) Reference 26/35 6/35 3/35
Normal 92 17.4% (16) 2.375 1.210–4.663 0.012 9/16 6/16 1/16
Season Spring 35 25.7% (9) Reference 6/9 3/9 0/9
Summer 51 21.6% (11) 0.679 0.285–1.614 0.380 7/11 3/11 1/11
Autumn 75 25.3% (19) 0.592 0.248–1.933 0.483 14/19 4/19 1/19
Winter 36 33.3% (12) 0.550 0.210–1.439 0.223 8/12 2/12 2/12
Total   197 25.9% (51)     35/51 12/51 4/51
  1. PVC private veterinary clinic, ASC animal shelter center, OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, p value probability value
  2. aThe univariable analysis was performed with a univariable logistic regression model using PASW Statistics 19.0. The screening result (positive or negative) was used as the dependent variable, and the factors were used as the covariates