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Table 1 Main features of Trichinella spiralis larval cohorts from domesticated (F1a-b and F1d and F2), synanthropic (F1c), and wild animals (WB1-15) investigated by the analysis of microsatellite polymorphisms

From: Genetic evidence substantiates transmission of Trichinella spiralis from one swine farm to another

Isolate code N. of tested larvae
larvae
Host Place of origin (province) ISS codea
F1ab 35 Pig Mogilnob (Kujawsko-Pomorskie) ISS7667
F1bb 33 Pig Mogilnob (Kujawsko-Pomorskie) ISS7668
F1cb 35 Brown rat Mogilnob (Kujawsko-Pomorskie) ISS7675
F1db 9 Pig Mogilnob (Kujawsko-Pomorskie) ISS7650
F2c 11 Pig Damasławekc (Wielkopolskie) ISS7659
WB1 21 Wild boar Kurzbiela (Kujawsko-Pomorskie) ISS7669
WB2 9 Wild boar Świecie (Kujawsko-Pomorskie) ISS7670
WB3 33 Wild boar Bartoszyce (Warmińsko-Mazurskie) ISS7672
WB4 32 Wild boar Lubin (Dolnośląskie) ISS7673
WB5 10 Wild boar Włodawa (Lubelskie) ISS7674
WB6 12 Wild boar Jarzmanice Zdrój (Dolnośląskie) ISS7652
WB7 12 Wild boar Radachów (Lubuskie) ISS7646
WB8 10 Wild boar Redło (Zachodnio-Pomorskie) ISS7661
WB9 8 Wild boar Gostycyn (Kujawsko-Pomorskie) ISS7660
WB10 11 Wild boar Krasin (Warmińsko-Mazurskie) ISS7656
  1. aNumber code assigned by the International Trichinella Reference Center
  2. bOutbreak 1
  3. cOutbreak 2