Open Access
Research Article
Issue
Parasite
Volume 29, 2022
Article Number 22
Number of page(s) 17
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/parasite/2022022
Published online 27 April 2022

Supplementary materials

thumbnail Supplementary Figure 1.

Alignment of nucleic acid sequences of the cytb gene among L. sabrazesi and Plasmodium spp. The highest similarity of nucleotide positions is represented with dark blue color, while white color represents the least similarity of each nucleic acid position (A). Multiple amino acid sequence alignment of CYTb protein among L. sabrazesi and Plasmodium spp. The highest similarity of physicochemical properties (BLOSUM score 62) of each amino acid position is represented with blue color, while white color represents the least similarity of each amino acid position (B).

thumbnail Supplementary Figure 2:

Alignment of nucleic acid sequences of coxI gene among L. sabrazesi and Plasmodium sp.p The highest similarity of nucleotide positions is represented with dark blue color, while white color represents the least similarity of each nucleic acid position (A). Multiple amino acid sequence alignment of COXI protein among L. sabrazesi and Plasmodium spp. The highest similarity of physicochemical properties (BLOSUM score 62) of each amino acid position is represented with blue color, while white color represents the least similarity of each amino acid position (B).

thumbnail Supplementary Figure 3:

Alignment of nucleic acid sequences of coxIII gene among L. sabrazesi and Plasmodium sp. The highest similarity of nucleotide positions is representd with dark blue color, while white color represents the least similarity of each nucleic acid position(A). Multiple amino acid sequence alignment of COXIII protein among L. sabrazesi and Plasmodium spp. The highest similarity of physicochemical properties (BLOSUM score 62) of each amino acid position is represented with blue color, while white color represents the least similarity of each amino acid position (B).

Table S1: Similarity of the cytb gene sequences of Leucocytozoon spp. and Plasmodium spp. as detected in chicken samples in Thailand compared with other sequences taken from GenBank.

Table S2: Similarity of the cox I gene sequences of Leucocytozoon spp. and Plasmodium spp. as detected in chicken samples in Thailand compared with other sequences obtained from GenBank.

Table S3: Similarity of the cox III gene sequences of Leucocytozoon spp. and Plasmodium spp. as detected in chicken samples in Thailand compared with other sequences taken from GenBank.

Table S4: Similarity of the cytb amino acid sequences of Leucocytozoon spp. and Plasmodium spp. as detected in chicken samples in Thailand compared with other sequences taken from GenBank.

Table S5: Similarity of the cox I amino acid sequences of Leucocytozoon spp. and Plasmodium spp. as detected in chicken samples in Thailand compared with other sequences taken from GenBank.

Table S6: Similarity of the cox III amino acid sequences of Leucocytozoon spp. and Plasmodium spp. as detected in chicken samples in Thailand compared with other sequences taken from GenBank.

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