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Abstract

Human papillomaviruses (HPVs) of the genera and are common on human skin. Sequencing of subgenomic amplicons of cutaneous HPVs has revealed a large number of novel putative HPV types within these genera. Phylogenetic analysis based on these amplicons revealed 133 putative HPV types with <90 % sequence identity to any known HPV type or to each other. As there are already 34 characterized HPV types described within the genera and , they appear to be the most genetically diverse of the HPVs, apparently comprising at least 167 different HPV types.

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