Molecular phylogeny based on six nuclear genes suggests that Echinococcus granulosus sensu lato genotypes G6/G7 and G8/G10 can be regarded as two distinct species

Laurimäe, T; Kinkar, L; Moks, E; Romig, T; Omer, RA; Casulli, A; Umhang, G; Bagrade, G; Irshadullah, M; Sharbatkhori, M; Mirhendi, H; Ponce-Gordo, F; Soriano, SV; Varcasia, A; Rostami-Nejad, M; Andresiuk, V; Saarma, U. (2018). Molecular phylogeny based on six nuclear genes suggests that Echinococcus granulosus sensu lato genotypes G6/G7 and G8/G10 can be regarded as two distinct species. Parasitology, 145, 1929−1937.10.1017/S0031182018000719.
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Laurimäe, T; Kinkar, L; Moks, E; Romig, T; Omer, RA; Casulli, A; Umhang, G; Bagrade, G; Irshadullah, M; Sharbatkhori, M; Mirhendi, H; Ponce-Gordo, F; Soriano, SV; Varcasia, A; Rostami-Nejad, M; Andresiuk, V; Saarma, U.
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Parasitology
0031-1820
145
2018
19291937
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doi.org/10.1017/S0031182018000719