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Fig. 1 | Parasites & Vectors

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From: Identification and antigenicity of the Babesia caballi spherical body protein 4 (SBP4)

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a Schematic representation for the synteny map framework of B. caballi spb4 gene in comparison with its orthologous genes in the genomes of B. bigemina, B. ovata and B. bovis. Babesia caballi genome: Ef G2, Elongation factor G2; B. bovis Ef G2, Elongation factor G2 BBOV_IV005400; B. bigemina Ef G2, Elongation factor BBBOND_0209390; B. ovata Ef G2, Elongation factor BOVATA_011720; B. ovata VW, Von Willebrand factor type ABOVATA_011730; B. bovis, BBOV_IV00539; B. bigemina, BBBOND_0209400; B. ovata, BOVATA_011740; HP, hypothetical protein; B. ovata Fib, Fibronectin type III domain containing 3C1-like BOVATA_011750; B. ovata FAD Ox, FAD-dependent oxidoreductase BOVATA_011760; B. ovata RPS 16, Ribosomal protein RPS16 BOVATA_011770; B. caballi Rib, Protein L13, Ribosomal protein L13; B. bovis Rib Prot L13, Ribosomal protein L13 BBOV_IV005370; B. bigemina Ric Prot, Ribosomal protein L13BBBOND_0209430; B. ovata Rib L13, Ribosomal protein L13 BOVATA_011780. Schematic rectangles represent gene location and not gene size. b Percentages of amino acid sequence identity and similarity and query coverage among the SBP4 proteins of B. caballi, B. bigemina, B. ovata and B. bovis

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