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Table 2 HEV prevalence among various groups

From: HEV prevalence and potential risk factors in a large multi-ethnic youth cohort in China

Ethnic Total Anti-HEV IgG positive (rate %) P value Anti-HEV IgM positive (rate %) P-value
Overall 6269 300 (4.8)   11(0.18)  
Sex    0.028*   0.37
 Female 3589 189 (5.3)   8 (0.20)  
 Male 2680 111 (4.1)   3 (0.11)  
Ethnic    0.0001*   
 Bai 60 6 (10.00)   0  
 Bouyei 74 6 (8.1)   0  
 Dong 74 13 (17.6)   0  
 Dongxiang 124 2 (1.6)    
 Gelao 41 4 (9.8)   0  
 Han 2292 92 (4.0)   3 (0.13)  
 Hui 846 16 (1.9)   2 (0.24)  
 Kazakh 40 0 (0.00)   0  
 Li 69 3 (4.3)   1 (1.45)  
 Man 118 2 (1.7)   0  
 Miao 278 34 (12.2)   2 (0.72)  
 Mongol 245 4 (1.6)   0  
 Monguor 54 4 (7.4)   0  
 She 26 1 (3.8)   0  
 Others 161 13 (8.1)   0  
 Tibetan 555 31 (5.6)   0  
 Tujia 353 15 (4.2)   1 (0.28)  
 Uighur 280 9 (3.2)   0  
 Yao 56 5 (8.9)   1 (0.35)  
 Yi 154 17 (11.0)   1 (0.65)  
 Zhuang 369 23 (6.2)   0  
Age    0.645   0.29
 ≤18 years 3069 145 (4.7)   4 (0.13)  
 19 and 20 years 2859 135 (4.7)   5 (0.17)  
 ≥21years 341 20 (5.9)   2 (0.59)  
Area    0.215   0.25
 Rural 1502 82 (5.5)   4 (0.27)  
 Urban 4678 216 (4.6)   7 (0.15)  
  1. Bold values indicated statistically significant
  2. Data were presented as n (%)
  3. *The results from the Chi Square Test
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