Open Access
Research Article
Issue
Parasite
Volume 27, 2020
Article Number 25
Number of page(s) 7
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/parasite/2020023
Published online 17 April 2020

Supplementary materials

thumbnail Supplementary Figure 1.

Polymorphic nucleotide sites at the ROP18 polymorphic region for 6 isolates of T. gondii from cat feces (plus RH control strain), 4 isolates of T. gondii from ocular toxoplasmosis [38], and three sequences representing three archetypal lineages detected for T. gondii strains (GT1, ME49 and VEG). Consensus sequence was determined by the percentage of nucleotides common to all sequences. Sites in grey indicate similarity with the consensus sequence.

thumbnail Supplementary Figure 2.

Median-joining network for T. gondii haplotypes of the rhoptry protein 18 gene. The size of the circles represents the haplotype frequency and the colors represent the country to which the strain belongs. The number of transversal lines connecting haplotypes represents the number of substitutions between them. Sequences found in cats in the present study are shown with numbers (6_3_3; 5_1_6; 3_1_6; 3_1_8; 4_3_2; 4_1_8).

Supplementary Table 1.

Accession numbers and country of T. gondii ROP18 gene sequences downloaded from the GenBank database, and later included in our phylogenetic analyses. (Access here)


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