Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer caused death in women. The most important risk factor for the development of carvical cancer is genital infection with human papillomavirus (HPV). To date, more than 100 HPV types were identified, and approximately 40 types are considered genital HPVs. These were classified as Low-Risk (LR) and High-Risk (HR) types. LR types can cause genital warts or benign low-grade abnormalities in cervical cells, but not associated with cervical cancer. However, the HR types can induce cervical dysplasias and invasive cervical cancer. HPV XpressMatrix™ is and In Vitro diagnostic (IVD) test kit to identify and genotype 21 HPV subtypes including HR and LR types.