Open Access
Research Article
Issue
Parasite
Volume 27, 2020
Article Number 34
Number of page(s) 14
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/parasite/2020034
Published online 15 May 2020

Supplementary materials

Supplementary Tables

Supplementary Table 1. Categorization of the most frequently repeated microsatellite motifs in genomes of Plasmodium species.

Supplementary Table 2. Diversity and motif length-wise distribution of chromosomal microsatellite in P. malariae UG01.

Supplementary Table 3. Diversity and motif length-wise distribution of chromosomal microsatellite in P. ovale curtisi.

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thumbnail Supplementary Figure 1.

Chromosomal lengthwise distribution of microsatellites based on unit motif length in Plasmodium malariae UG01. The subplots (A–N) indicate lengthwise distribution of microsatellites in chromosomes 1–14 separated according to the unit motif length of microsatellites identified for each chromosome. Width of each violin plot indicates relative densities of microsatellites in the region. (O) Summary of microsatellite densities in each chromosome of P. malariae UG01.

thumbnail Supplementary Figure 2.

Chromosomal lengthwise distribution of microsatellites based on unit motif length in Plasmodium ovale curtisi GH01. The subplots (A–N) indicate lengthwise distribution of microsatellites in chromosomes 1–14 separated according to the unit motif length of microsatellites identified for each chromosome. Width of each violin plot indicates relative densities of microsatellites in the region. (O) Summary of microsatellite densities in each chromosome of P. ovale curtisi GH01.

thumbnail Supplementary Figure 3.

Representative chart for the density of microsatellite distribution in Plasmodium malariae UG01 (left) and P. ovale curtisi GH01 (right) chromosomes. Overall representation chart of (A) the microsatellite density distribution (B) gradient-wise distribution of the core regions with maximum microsatellite densities for chromosome 8 in P. malariae.

Abbreviations

AUC: area under curve

bp: Base pair

CDS: Protein-coding-regions

GO: Gene ontology

HE: Heterozygosity

Kbp: Kilo base pair

Mbp: Million base pair

ORFs: Open reading frame

SNP: Single nucleotide polymorphisms


© V.B. Mathema et al., published by EDP Sciences, 2020

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