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Fig. 12 | Infectious Diseases of Poverty

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From: Lasiopodomys fuscus as an important intermediate host for Echinococcus multilocularis: isolation and phylogenetic identification of the parasite

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Phylogenetic comparison of the cox1 sequence from the Qinghai vole with those from the GenBank database. The phylogenetic tree was constructed using the neighbor-joining method and the p-distance matrix for nucleotides with the pair-wise gap deletion option. QHJZ represented the Qinghai vole captured in Jigzhi County; JX962254.1, JX962258.1 and JX962265.1 represented Lasiopodomys fuscus; and KP190276.1, KP190278.1 and KP190280.1 represented Neodon fuscus

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