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Table 4 Detection rates of distinct rotavirus A (RVA) genotypes among RVA positive children aged 4–48 months with known Rotarix vaccination status, Brazil, 2006–2017

From: The evolving epidemiology of rotavirus A infection in Brazil a decade after the introduction of universal vaccination with Rotarix®

  RV1avaccination status
  Two doses (n = 434) One dose (n = 103) Not vaccinated (n = 196) P-valueb
RVAc Genotype
 G1P [8]/G1P[NTd] 34 (7.8%) 7 (6.8%) 11 (5.6%) 0.403
 G2P [4]/G2P[NT] 222 (51.2%) 53 (51.5%) 125 (63.8%) < 0.001
 G3P [8]/G3P[NT] 62 (14.3%) 19 (18.4%) 29 (14.8%) 0.902
 G9P [8]/G9P[NT] 31 (7.1%) 10 (9.7%) 13 (6.6%) 0.867
 G12P [8]/G12P[NT] 85 (19.6%) 14 (13.6%) 18 (9.2%) 0.001
  1. aRotarix, bTwo doses vs. not vaccinated; cRotavirus A, dNot typed