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Table 2 Distribution of single-type and multiple-type infection rate of each subtype among all 21 HPV subtypes

From: Characteristics of human papillomavirus infection among women with cervical cytological abnormalities in the Zhoupu District, Shanghai City, China, 2014–2019

HPV subtype Positive n (%) Single-type infection n (%) Multi-type infection n (%)
HPV16 555 (2.34) 363 (1.53) 192 (0.81)
HPV18 205(0.86) 125 (0.53) 80 (0.34)
HPV31 171 (0.72) S105 (0.44) 66 (0.28)
HPV33 255 (1.07) 118 (0.5) 137 (0.58)
HPV35 69 (0.29) 43 (0.18) 26 (0.11)
HPV39 354 (1.49) 209 (0.88) 145 (0.61)
HPV45 53 (0.22) 30 (0.13) 23 (0.1)
HPV51 355 (1.5) 228 (0.96) 127 (0.54)
HPV52 756 (3.19) 494 (2.08) 262 (1.1)
HPV53 373 (1.57) 227 (0.96) 146 (0.62)
HPV56 121 (0.51) 65 (0.27) 56 (0.24)
HPV58 586 (2.47) 346 (1.46) 240 (1.01)
HPV59 70 (0.3) 37 (0.16) 33 (0.14)
HPV66 195 (0.82) 108 (0.46) 87 (0.37)
HPV68 192 (0.81) 112 (0.47) 80 (0.34)
HPV6 147 (0.62) 12 7 (0.54) 20 (0.08)
HPV11 126 (0.53) 108 (0.46) 18 (0.08)
HPV42 54 (0.23) 51 (0.21) 3 (0.01)
HPV43 26 (0.11) 24 (0.1) 2 (0.01)
HPV44 95 (0.4) 88 (0.37) 7 (0.03)
HPV81 379 (1.6) 356 (1.5) 23 (0.1)
  1. The first 15 were HR-HPV subtypes and the last 6 were LR-HPV subtypes