Data from: Impact of population structure on genetic diversity of a potential vaccine target in the canine hookworm (Ancylostoma caninum)

Jennifer M. Moser, Ignazio Carbone, Prema Arasu & Greg Gibson
Ancylostoma caninum is a globally distributed canine parasitic nematode. To test whether positive selection, population structure, or both affect genetic variation at the candidate vaccine target Ancylostoma secreted protein 1 (asp-1), we have quantified the genetic variation in A. caninum at asp-1 and a mitochondrial gene, cytochrome oxidase subunit 1 (cox-1), using the statistical population analysis tools found in the SNAP Workbench. The mitochondrial gene cox-1 exhibits moderate diversity within 2 North American samples, comparable...
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