When you say "listed in my publications", who is doing the listing? While changing the past isn't going to be possible, it's certainly possible to downplay it. Obviously, on any listing you control (e.g. your CV or personal website), you can mention it or not.* As for any professional website (e.g. your company or university's website), they'll probably ask you for what publications you want listed.
If the only reason you want to distance yourself from the paper is that you feel like you didn't 'deserve' to be included as an author, I would say that your co-authors apparently felt that you did. If you still feel like you don't belong on the paper, you'll just have to downplay any questions about the paper. (E.g. "Oh, the team felt that I played a significant enough role in the collecting of data that they included me as an author. Personally, I'd rather have been mentioned as an acknowledgement, but they insisted, and, especially as a junior member of the research team, I didn't want to seem ungrateful.")
But, that's only going to happen if someone asks you about that particular paper. How often is that going to happen?
* If not mentioning it in a "Publications" section seems like a falsehood to you, branding the section as "Relevant Publications" or the like may be the way forward.