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Table 3 The prevalence of mutations in the samples

From: Hepatitis B virus core promoter mutations G1613A and C1653T are significantly associated with hepatocellular carcinoma in genotype C HBV-infected patients

  Mutation frequency Locations in open reading frames
  HCC group 1 non-HCC group1 Pol X C S
G162A 42% 26% 357    177
A306G 9% 0% 405    225
A456G 10% 0% 455    275
C928T 37% 40% 613    
C955T 11% 8% 622    
A1032C 0% 7% 647    
A1053G 33% 19% 654    
A1126C 36% 41% 679    
T1134C 36% 35% 681    
T1323C 9% 16% 744    
G1356A 7% 0% 755    
C1485T 25% 27% 798 38   
G1499A 37% 34% 803 42   
G1511A 29% 23% 807 46   
G1613A 38% 10%* 841 80   
A1633G 5% 0%   87   
C1653T 45% 19%*   94   
G1727A 36% 51%   118   
A1762T 74% 77%   130   
G1764A 80% 84%   131   
G2080A 13% 14%    89  
C2444A 10% 0% 46   211  
A2574G 24% 14% 90    
C2586A 7% 0% 94    
A2696G 8% 0% 130    
G2783A 38% 33% 159    
C2919T 5% 0% 205    24
C3026T 20% 16% 240    60
T3098C 19% 2% 84    264
  1. *p < 0.05 vs. HCC group 1