Table 4

List of studies identified HPV DNA sequences in breast cancer tissues

S. No.

Study report

Sample

size

Total

HPV

positivity

n (%)

HPV16

n (%)

HPV18

n (%)

HPV16/18

n (%)

Other HPV

types n (%)

Country


1

Di Lonardo et al., 1992

70

7 (10)

7 (100)

0

0

0

Italy

2

Henning et al., 1999

41

19(46.3)

19 (100)

0

0

0

Sweden

3.

Yu et al., 1999

72

19(26.3)

0

0

0

19 (HPV 33)

China

4.

Yu et al., 2000

32

14(43.8)

0

0

0

14(HPV33)

China

5.

Liu et al., 2004

17

6(35)

3(50)

1(17)

0

0

China

6.

Damin et al., 2004

101

25(24.7)

14(56)

10(40)

1(4)

0

Brazil

7.

Widschwendter et al., 2004

11

7(63.7)

7(100)

0

0

0

Austria*

8.

de Villiers et al., 2005

29

25(86.2)

3(12)

0

0

22(88)

USA*

9.

Kroupis et al., 2006

107

17(15.9)

14(82.3)

0

0

3(17.6)

Greece

10.

Kan et al., 2005

50

24(48)

0

24(100)

0

0

Australia

11.

Gumus et al., 2006

50

37(74)

0

20(54)

0

35(94.6)

Turkey

12.

Khan et al., 2008

124

26(20.9)

26(100)

0

0

0

Japan

13.

de Leon et al., 2009

51

15(29.5)

10(66.7)

3(20)

2(13.3)

0

Mexico

14.

Mendizabal-Ruiz et al., 2009

67

3(4)

1(33.3)

1(33.3)

0

1(33.3)

Mexico

15.

Heng et al., 2009

26 biopsies

8 (30.7)

1 (3.8)

7 (26.9)

0

0

Australia

9 cell lines

2 (22)

0

2 (22)

0

0


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