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Fig. 5 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 5

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. 5

Allele frequencies from field samples, Muguga, Kiambu and Serengeti (collectively referred to as Muguga cocktail), Chitongo, Gikongoro and Nyakizu vaccine isolates. Allele frequencies for loci MS39, MS25, MS7, ms9 and MS19 are presented in (ae), respectively. On each locus, a high proportion of unique alleles is observed with only a few shared alleles. Muguga cocktail and Nyakizu isolates share alleles with Rwanda field samples on all loci while Gikongoro and Chitongo do not (ae)

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