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Table 3 Sequence diversity and number of members of multigene families from different RMP isolates/lines

From: A comprehensive evaluation of rodent malaria parasite genomes and gene expression

Isolate/line Genome coverage SNPs b Genes with SNPs b Assembly size (Mb) Contigs pir genes c fam-a genes c fam-b genes c fam-c genes c fam-d genes c
P. berghei ANKA a - - - 18.56 220 200 42 40 6 1
P. berghei NK65 E 437x 294 21 18.45 313 174 67 46 6 1
P. berghei NK65NY 161x 127 14 18.47 310 191 54 47 5 1
P. berghei SP11 A 268x 95 4 18.44 333 182 54 45 7 1
P. berghei SP11 RLL A 401x 2,098 345 18.32 275 170 58 50 6 1
P. berghei K173cl1 262x 2,759 469 18.72 123 224 54 41 7 1
P. y. yoelii YM a - - - 22.03 195 795 113 54 22 5
P. y. yoelii 17X 289x 740 8 22.75 154 980 157 78 26 5
P. c. chabaudi AS a - - - 18.83 40 201 134 26 10 21
P. c. chabaudi CB 79x 144,148 4,321 18.98 246 276 160 31 23 21
P. c. chabaudi AJ 127x 144,281 4,326 18.89 240 277 161 28 18 19
P. c. adami DS 98x 251,984 4,514 19.63 272 371 215 37 33 29
P. c. adami DK 248x 274,877 4,509 19.41 275 398 193 41 32 25
  1. aReference genomes (that is, PbA, PcAS and PyYM) to which sequence data from other isolates were mapped and analysed.; bexcluded from the analysis: all subtelomerically located genes (as mentioned in Additional file 4) and repetitive and low complexity regions of genes. Only single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) were counted with at least 10 high quality mapped reads, 90% allele and 20% calls on each strand (see Additional file 8 for details of the SNPs in individual genes); cincluding pseudogenes and fragments. RMP, rodent malaria parasites.