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Table 2 Genetic diversity indexes of L. panamensis and L. braziliensis isolates used in this study

From: Evaluation of a Multilocus Sequence Typing (MLST) scheme for Leishmania (Viannia) braziliensis and Leishmania (Viannia) panamensis in Colombia

Species Marker N S Eta Hd πa θb dN/dS
L. panamensis pgm 105 10 7 0.234 0.00245 0.00422 0.1454
asat 105 6 6 0.145 0.00057 0.00322 0.1745
g6pdh 105 6 6 0.180 0.00078 0.00211 0.1276
mpi 105 7 8 0.113 0.04292 0.05469 0.2346
icd 105 10 8 0.111 0.00067 0.00422  0.0124
alat 105 11 10 0.234 0.0066 0.00722  0.2345
cytb 105 80 85 0.123 0.00304 0.03981  0.2371
L. braziliensis pgm 58 13 10 0.324 0.02343 0.04123 0.1352
asat 58 11 7 0.413 0.01509 0.03086 0.1142
g6pdh 58 15 11 0.319 0.01008 0.02003 0.1174
mpi 58 21 13 0.496 0.06271 0.06667 0.1376
icd 58 14 10 0.331 0.02519 0.03113  0.1238
alat 58 17 9 0.223 0.03412 0.04126  0.1927
cytb 58 5 5 0.390 0.00104 0.00243  0.1282
  1. Abbreviations: N number of sequences, S number of polymorphic sites, Eta total number of mutations, Hd haplotype diversity
  2. aπ is an index of nucleotide diversity. This measure is defined as the average number of nucleotide differences per site between any two DNA sequences chosen randomly from the sample population
  3. bThe mutation parameter (θ) is defined as 4 Nm for autosomal loci of diploid organisms, where N is the effective population size (diploid individuals) and m is the neutral mutation rate (per gene or per base pair) per generation