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Fig. 4 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 4

From: Sequence diversity of cytotoxic T cell antigens and satellite marker analysis of Theileria parva informs the immunization against East Coast fever in Rwanda

Fig. 4

Median-joining network of Tp1 (a), Tp2 (b) and concatenated Tp1 and Tp2 sequences from Rwanda and Muguga cocktail, Chitongo, Gikongoro and Nyakizu isolates (c). The network compares the relatedness of the Rwanda field samples and the vaccine isolates. The frequency of the haplotype is represented by the size of the circle. Rwanda samples are given in yellow, Muguga cocktail in red, Chitongo in purple, Gikongoro in green and Nyakizu in brown. The size of the circles is proportional to the haplotype frequency

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