Human papillomavirus type 16 genetic variants

Phylogeny and Classification Based on E6 and LCR

Iris Cornet, Tarik Gheit, Silvia Franceschi, Jerome Vignat, Robert D. Burk, Bakary S. Sylla, Massimo Tommasino, Gary M. Clifford, D. Hammouda, D. Loria, E. Matos, E. Alihonou, J. L. Rios-Dalenz, J. Eluf-Neto, P. Ghadirian, C. Ferreccio, A. Luzoro, J. M. Ojeda, R. Prado, N. Aristizabal & 35 others L. A. Tafur, M. Molano, H. Posso, Marta Torroella-Kouri, T. Alibegashvili, D. Kordzaia, N. Keita, M. Koulibaly, T. Rajkumar, R. Rajkumar, D. H. Lee, H. R. Shin, S. Bayo, N. Chaouki, J. O. Thomas, C. Okolo, I. Adewole, C. J L M Meijer, P. J F Snijders, E. D. De Los Rios, P. A. Rolon, E. Caceres, C. Santos, C. Ngelangel, W. Zatonski, D. Moodley, P. Gichangi, H. de Vuyst, S. de Sanjose, X. Castellsague, J. N. Kitinya, S. Chichareon, S. Sukvirach, S. Tunsakul, H. R. Wabinga

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Naturally occurring genetic variants of human papillomavirus type 16 (HPV16) are common and have previously been classified into 4 major lineages; European-Asian (EAS), including the sublineages European (EUR) and Asian (As), African 1 (AFR1), African 2 (AFR2), and North-American/Asian-American (NA/AA).Weaimed to improve the classification of HPV16 variant lineages by using a large resource of HPV16-positive cervical samples collected from geographically diverse populations in studies onHPVand/or cervical cancer undertaken by the International Agency for Research on Cancer. In total, we sequenced the entire E6 genes and long control regions (LCRs) of 953 HPV16 isolates from 27 different countries worldwide. Phylogenetic analyses confirmed previously described variant lineages and subclassifications.Wecharacterized two new sublineages within each of the lineages AFR1 and AFR2 that are robustly classified using E6 and/or the LCR.Wecould differentiate previously identified AA1, AA2, andNAsublineages, although they could not be distinguished by E6 alone, requiring the LCR for correct phylogenetic classification.Wethus provide a classification system for HPV16 genomes based on 13 and 32 phylogenetically distinguishing positions in E6 and the LCR, respectively, that distinguish nine HPV16 variant sublineages (EUR, As, AFR1a, AFR1b, AFR2a, AFR2b, NA, AA1, and AA2). Ninety-seven percent of all 953 samples fitted this classification perfectly. Other positions were frequently polymorphic within one or more lineages but did not define phylogenetic subgroups. Such a standardized classification of HPV16 variants is important for future epidemiological and biological studies of the carcinogenic potential of HPV16 variant lineages.

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Pages (from-to)6855-6861
Number of pages7
JournalJournal of Virology
Volume86
Issue number12
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StatePublished - Jul 1 2012
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Cornet, I., Gheit, T., Franceschi, S., Vignat, J., Burk, R. D., Sylla, B. S., ... Wabinga, H. R. (2012). Human papillomavirus type 16 genetic variants: Phylogeny and Classification Based on E6 and LCR. Journal of Virology, 86(12), 6855-6861. https://doi.org/10.1128/JVI.00483-12

Human papillomavirus type 16 genetic variants : Phylogeny and Classification Based on E6 and LCR. / Cornet, Iris; Gheit, Tarik; Franceschi, Silvia; Vignat, Jerome; Burk, Robert D.; Sylla, Bakary S.; Tommasino, Massimo; Clifford, Gary M.; Hammouda, D.; Loria, D.; Matos, E.; Alihonou, E.; Rios-Dalenz, J. L.; Eluf-Neto, J.; Ghadirian, P.; Ferreccio, C.; Luzoro, A.; Ojeda, J. M.; Prado, R.; Aristizabal, N.; Tafur, L. A.; Molano, M.; Posso, H.; Torroella-Kouri, Marta; Alibegashvili, T.; Kordzaia, D.; Keita, N.; Koulibaly, M.; Rajkumar, T.; Rajkumar, R.; Lee, D. H.; Shin, H. R.; Bayo, S.; Chaouki, N.; Thomas, J. O.; Okolo, C.; Adewole, I.; Meijer, C. J L M; Snijders, P. J F; De Los Rios, E. D.; Rolon, P. A.; Caceres, E.; Santos, C.; Ngelangel, C.; Zatonski, W.; Moodley, D.; Gichangi, P.; de Vuyst, H.; de Sanjose, S.; Castellsague, X.; Kitinya, J. N.; Chichareon, S.; Sukvirach, S.; Tunsakul, S.; Wabinga, H. R.

In: Journal of Virology, Vol. 86, No. 12, 01.07.2012, p. 6855-6861.

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Cornet, I, Gheit, T, Franceschi, S, Vignat, J, Burk, RD, Sylla, BS, Tommasino, M, Clifford, GM, Hammouda, D, Loria, D, Matos, E, Alihonou, E, Rios-Dalenz, JL, Eluf-Neto, J, Ghadirian, P, Ferreccio, C, Luzoro, A, Ojeda, JM, Prado, R, Aristizabal, N, Tafur, LA, Molano, M, Posso, H, Torroella-Kouri, M, Alibegashvili, T, Kordzaia, D, Keita, N, Koulibaly, M, Rajkumar, T, Rajkumar, R, Lee, DH, Shin, HR, Bayo, S, Chaouki, N, Thomas, JO, Okolo, C, Adewole, I, Meijer, CJLM, Snijders, PJF, De Los Rios, ED, Rolon, PA, Caceres, E, Santos, C, Ngelangel, C, Zatonski, W, Moodley, D, Gichangi, P, de Vuyst, H, de Sanjose, S, Castellsague, X, Kitinya, JN, Chichareon, S, Sukvirach, S, Tunsakul, S & Wabinga, HR 2012, 'Human papillomavirus type 16 genetic variants: Phylogeny and Classification Based on E6 and LCR', Journal of Virology, vol. 86, no. 12, pp. 6855-6861. https://doi.org/10.1128/JVI.00483-12
Cornet I, Gheit T, Franceschi S, Vignat J, Burk RD, Sylla BS et al. Human papillomavirus type 16 genetic variants: Phylogeny and Classification Based on E6 and LCR. Journal of Virology. 2012 Jul 1;86(12):6855-6861. https://doi.org/10.1128/JVI.00483-12
Cornet, Iris ; Gheit, Tarik ; Franceschi, Silvia ; Vignat, Jerome ; Burk, Robert D. ; Sylla, Bakary S. ; Tommasino, Massimo ; Clifford, Gary M. ; Hammouda, D. ; Loria, D. ; Matos, E. ; Alihonou, E. ; Rios-Dalenz, J. L. ; Eluf-Neto, J. ; Ghadirian, P. ; Ferreccio, C. ; Luzoro, A. ; Ojeda, J. M. ; Prado, R. ; Aristizabal, N. ; Tafur, L. A. ; Molano, M. ; Posso, H. ; Torroella-Kouri, Marta ; Alibegashvili, T. ; Kordzaia, D. ; Keita, N. ; Koulibaly, M. ; Rajkumar, T. ; Rajkumar, R. ; Lee, D. H. ; Shin, H. R. ; Bayo, S. ; Chaouki, N. ; Thomas, J. O. ; Okolo, C. ; Adewole, I. ; Meijer, C. J L M ; Snijders, P. J F ; De Los Rios, E. D. ; Rolon, P. A. ; Caceres, E. ; Santos, C. ; Ngelangel, C. ; Zatonski, W. ; Moodley, D. ; Gichangi, P. ; de Vuyst, H. ; de Sanjose, S. ; Castellsague, X. ; Kitinya, J. N. ; Chichareon, S. ; Sukvirach, S. ; Tunsakul, S. ; Wabinga, H. R. / Human papillomavirus type 16 genetic variants : Phylogeny and Classification Based on E6 and LCR. In: Journal of Virology. 2012 ; Vol. 86, No. 12. pp. 6855-6861.
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