Genus: Betapapillomavirus


Genus: Betapapillomavirus

Distinguishing features

Members of this genus typically cause latent infections. However, in patients with specific (immune) disorders, members of this genus can cause warts or progress to cutaneous squamous cell carcinomas (SCC). Patients suffering from the rare disease epidermodysplasia verruciformis (EV) are at a higher risk of developing SCC, and certain members of the genus Betapapillomavirus have been implicated (Arnold and Hofbauer 2012). Recent evidence suggests that, in the general population, certain betapapillomavirus types may be a co-factor in the development of SCC. Remarkably, these betapapillomavirus types are not detected in most SSC, suggesting that viral proteins may not be required to maintain the malignant SCC lesions. Members of the genus Betapapillomavirus are also the most common human papillomavirus (HPV) types found in the human oral cavity and some have been prospectively associated with oropharyngeal cancer development (Agalliu et al., 2016).

Virion

See discussion under family description

Genome organization and replication

See discussion under family description.

Antigenicity

See discussion under family description.

Biology

See discussion under family description.

Species demarcation criteria

Putative novel papillomavirus genome with complete genome sequence data available and that is <70% related to papillomaviruses within the genus (Figure 1.Betapapillomavirus). 

Figure 1.Betapapillomavirus. Phylogenetic tree of members of the genus Betapapillomavirus. The E1, E2, L2, and L1 nucleotide sequences of 343 papillomavirus isolates including representatives of all species and genera within the Papillomaviridae family were aligned as amino acid sequences using MUSCLE v7.221 (Edgar 2004). JModeltest2 (Darriba et al., 2012) was used to determine the optimal model of evolution (GTR + I + G) for the concatenated nucleotide sequences. Maximum likelihood (ML) trees were constructed using RAxML MPI v8.2.9 (Stamatakis 2006) implementing the GTR substitution model. ML bootstrap analysis used the autoMRE-based stopping criterion in RAxML. Following tree construction (tree available in the Resources section of the Papillomaviridae Report), the subtree corresponding to the genus Betapapillomavirus was isolated. Tips are labelled with virus names and accession numbers; nodes are labelled with bootstrap support values.

Member species

Exemplar isolate of the species
SpeciesVirus nameIsolateAccession numberRefSeq numberAvailable sequenceVirus Abbrev.
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 5M17463NC_001531Complete genomeHPV5
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 93AY382778Complete genomeHPV93
Betapapillomavirus 1Macaca fascicularis papillomavirus 1EF028290Complete genomeMfPV1
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 98GA1-3FM955837Complete genomeHPV98
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 99GA3-1FM955838Complete genomeHPV99
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 105DL294FM955841Complete genomeHPV105
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 118b_wart3GQ246951Complete genomeHPV118
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 124NJ3900GQ845446Complete genomeHPV124
Betapapillomavirus 1Colobus guereza papillomavirus 2GU014533Complete genomeCgPV2
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 143CL3220HM999995Complete genomeHPV143
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 152Muc17.1JF304768Complete genomeHPV152
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 8M12737Complete genomeHPV8
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 47M32305Complete genomeHPV47
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 20U31778Complete genomeHPV20
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 21U31779Complete genomeHPV21
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 24U31782Complete genomeHPV24
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 36U31785Complete genomeHPV36
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 12X74466Complete genomeHPV12
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 14X74467Complete genomeHPV14
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 19X74470Complete genomeHPV19
Betapapillomavirus 1human papillomavirus 25X74471Complete genomeHPV25
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 9X74464NC_001596Complete genomeHPV9
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 107FA85EF422221Complete genomeHPV107
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 110EU410348Complete genomeHPV110
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 111EU410349Complete genomeHPV111
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 100DL267FM955839Complete genomeHPV100
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 104DL253FM955840Complete genomeHPV104
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 113DL250FM955842Complete genomeHPV113
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 151SIBX2FN677756Complete genomeHPV151
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 120CL3857GQ845442Complete genomeHPV120
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 122CL3802GQ845444Complete genomeHPV122
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 159SIBX8HE963025Complete genomeHPV159
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 174V001HF930491Complete genomeHPV174
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 145CL4112HM999997Complete genomeHPV145
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 22U31780Complete genomeHPV22
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 23U31781Complete genomeHPV23
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 37U31786Complete genomeHPV37
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 38U31787Complete genomeHPV38
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 15X74468Complete genomeHPV15
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 17X74469Complete genomeHPV17
Betapapillomavirus 2human papillomavirus 80Y15176Complete genomeHPV80
Betapapillomavirus 3human papillomavirus 49X74480NC_001591Complete genomeHPV49
Betapapillomavirus 3human papillomavirus 115GC02FJ947080Complete genomeHPV115
Betapapillomavirus 3human papillomavirus 75Y15173Complete genomeHPV75
Betapapillomavirus 3human papillomavirus 76Y15174Complete genomeHPV76
Betapapillomavirus 4human papillomavirus 92AF531420NC_004500Complete genomeHPV92
Betapapillomavirus 5human papillomavirus 96AY382779NC_005134Complete genomeHPV96
Betapapillomavirus 5human papillomavirus 150SIBX1FN677755Complete genomeHPV150
Betapapillomavirus 6Macaca fascicularis papillomavirus 2Mac191GU014531NC_015691Complete genomeMfPV2

Virus names, the choice of exemplar isolates, and virus abbreviations, are not official ICTV designations.

Related, unclassified viruses

Virus name

Accession number

Virus abbreviation

human papillomavirus mEV03c09

MF588687

HPV-mEV03c09

human papillomavirus mHIVGc36

MF588677

HPV-mHIVGc36

human papillomavirus mMTS1

KY349817

HPV-mMTS1

human papillomavirus mRTRX7

U85660

HPV-mRTRX7

human papillomavirus mTVMBSFc09

MF588684

HPV-mTVMBSFc09

human papillomavirus mTVMBSGc2024

MF588686

HPV-mTVMBSGc2024

human papillomavirus mm090c09

MF588681

HPV-mm090c09

human papillomavirus mm292c10

MF588678

HPV-mm292c10

human papillomavirus mm292c100

MF588685

HPV-mm292c100

human papillomavirus mm292c14

MF588682

HPV-mm292c14

human papillomavirus mm292c88

MF588683

HPV-mm292c88

human papillomavirus mw15c111

MF588679

HPV-mw15c111

Virus names and virus abbreviations are not official ICTV designations.