Table I.

Architecture of BKV NCCR in plasma and urine of KT patients

PatientsSamplesrr-NCCR architecture
 in samples
Matched
     plasma + urineNCCRP valueaNCCRP valued
wwrrwwrrinsins/wwdeldel/ww
Plasman = 12985b44 b<0.0005n = 286222c64c942724
Percentage (%)663478221464238
PVANn = 703535
Percentage (%)5050<0.0005
Viral load (geq/ml)1.97 × 104e4.36 × 105f<2 × 10−6
25th percentile3.93 × 1036.59 × 104
75th percentile1.72 × 1055.47 × 106
Urinen = 129119b10b=0.45274c12c-255
Percentage (%)9289640164242
PVANn = 70673=0.5
Percentage (%)964
Viral load (geq/ml)2.89 × 108e2.56 × 107f=0.098
25th percentile1.66 × 1072.84 × 106
75th percentile3.38 × 1096.93 × 108
Consecutive plasma
     (2005–2006)n = 22717255=0.004n = 73362011312153947
Percentage (%)7624851511133541
PVANn = 573126<0.002
Percentage (%)5446
Viral load (geq/ml)1.94 × 1044.59 × 105<2 × 10−6
25th percentile4.55 × 1033.51 × 105
75th percentile1.58 × 1053.04 × 106
  • a Kolmogorov-Smirnov Goodness-of-Fit test (one-sided).

  • b,c χ2 test (two-sided), plasma rr-NCCR versus urine rr-NCCR. P < 10−4.

  • d,e,f Mann-Whitney U test (one-sided).

  • e Plasma ww-NCCR versus urine ww-NCCR. P < 10−4.

  • f Plasma rr-NCCR versus urine rr-NCCR. P < 0.002. Viral load is given as median.