Table 1

Summary of molecular diversity for all sampled P. vivax populations a

Geographic origin

Sample size

Date of collection

No. of haplotypes

No. of unique haplotypes

S

h

π

k

dS

dN


Myanmar

32

2006-2008

16

15

18

0.850 ± 0.057

0.00035 ± 0.00007

2.115 ± 1.464

0.0020

0.0005

Anhui, China

36

2004

9

7

14

0.584 ± 0.093

0.00020 ± 0.00006

1.211 ± 0.625

0.0014

0.0010

Guizhou, China

26

2005

5

3

7

0.683 ± 0.068

0.00043 ± 0.00008

2.548 ± 2.000

0.0014

0.0012

South Korea b

17

-

9

4

19

0.875 ± 0.058

0.00096 ± 0.00011

5.721 ± 8.309

0.0024

0.0016

China c

34

-

11

9

15

0.875 ± 0.036

0.00063 ± 0.00006

3.774 ± 3.801

0.0021

0.0010

South America

47

-

9

5

9

0.642 ± 0.071

0.00019 ± 0.00003

1.164 ± 0.584

0.0026

0.0004

Africa

12

-

8

6

15

0.894 ± 0.078

0.00046 ± 0.00012

2.742 ± 2.440

0.0022

0.0006

South and west Asia

35

-

17

12

25

0.884 ± 0.043

0.00047 ± 0.00009

2.800 ± 2.296

0.0026

0.0009

Southeast Asia d

56

-

30

24

39

0.946 ± 0.019

0.00058 ± 0.00005

3.471 ± 3.231

0.0025

0.0007

Indonesia

22

-

13

10

17

0.840 ± 0.078

0.00029 ± 0.00007

1.710 ± 1.077

0.0016

0.0007

Melanesia

73

-

38

30

44

0.931 ± 0.019

0.00056 ± 0.00006

3.355 ± 3.029

0.0027

0.0006


aShown are number of segregating sites (S), haplotype diversity (h ± standard deviation), nucleotide diversity (π ± standard deviation), average pairwise difference among individuals (k ± total variance), the average number of nucleotide substitutions per non-synonymous site (dN) and synonymous sites (dS) for each grouping of samples, calculated based on the mitochondrial DNA sequences. b Korean sequences included those from reference [43] and the present study.

c Additional sequences from China were obtained from references [12] and [13].

d Samples from Thailand and Vietnam were grouped within Southeast Asia.

Miao et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2012 12:22   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-22

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