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Fig. 1 | Parasites & Vectors

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From: Genetic variation of mitochondrial genes among Echinococcus multilocularis isolates collected in western China

Fig. 1

Alignment of single nucleotide polymorphisms among the three isolates of E. multilocularis maintained in laboratory animals (jirds) and three isolates from wild Microtus spp. (Mictus3) rodents. The top of each panel shows the position of the substitute mutations. Abbreviations: Em-XJ, E. multilocularis isolates were collected from Xinjiang; Em-NX, E. multilocularis isolates were collected from Ningxia; Mictus1-3, the three isolates collected recently from Microtus; Em-A, an E. multilocularis isolate was originally collected from Alaska, USA; cob, cytochrome b; nad2, NADH dehydrogenase subunit 2; C, Canada; F, France; J, Japan; S, Slovakia; U, USA. Only positions with mutations are listed in the figure, the identical nucleotides are represented by dots

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