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Table 5 Common and uncommon combination genotyping (G-type and P-type)

From: Genotyping and clinical factors in pediatric diarrhea caused by rotaviruses: one-year surveillance in Surabaya, Indonesia

Common genotyping N %
 G1P[8] 10 11.4
 G1P[6] 11 12.5
 G2P[4] 17 19.3
 G2P[6] 3 3.4
 G3P[6] 2 2.3
 G4P[6] 2 2.3
 G4P[8] 1 1.1
Subtotal 46 52.3
Uncommon genotyping N %   N %
 G1P[4] 4 4.5 G2P[4]P[8] 1 1.1
 G1G2P[6] 2 2.3 G2P[6]P[8] 2 2.3
 G1G2P[8] 2 2.3 G4P[4] 1 1.1
 G1G4G9P[8] 1 1.1 G4G9P[4] 1 1.1
 G1G4P[4] 1 1.1 G4G9P[6] 1 1.1
 G1G4P[6] 1 1.1 G4G9P[8] 3 3.4
 G1G9P[8] 1 1.1 G4G9P[10] 1 1.1
 G1P[4]P[8] 1 1.1 G4G9P[4]P[9] 1 1.1
 G2P[8] 2 2.3 G9P[4] 4 4.5
 G2P[9] 2 2.3 G9P[6] 2 2.3
 G2G4P[8] 1 1.1 G9P[8] 2 2.3
 G2G4P[9] 2 2.3 G9P[6]P[8] 2 2.3
 G2P[10] 1 1.1    
Subtotal n = 42 (47.7)