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Fig. 8 | Infectious Diseases of Poverty

Fig. 8

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

Fig. 8

Phylogenetic comparison of the cox1 isolated sequences with those deposited in the GenBank database. A phylogenetic tree was constructed using the neighbor-joining method and the p-distance matrix for nucleotides with the pair-wise gap deletion option. The E. multilocularis strains isolated from Qinghai as well as AB688127.1 to AB461417.1 belonged to the Asian genotype (marked by ▲ and ), AB688134.1 to AB461413.1 belonged to the European genotype (marked by ), AB353729.1 to AB461418.1 belonged to the North American genotype (marked by ), and AB510023.1 to AB510024.1 belonged to the Mongolian genotype (marked by ■); in addition, sequence KP161209.1 belonged to E. equinus, GQ168811.1 belonged to E. granulosus, AB235846.1 belonged to E. ortleppi and AB893262.1 belonged to E. canadensis (marked by □)

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