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Phylogenetic relationships between pinworms (Nematoda: Enterobiinae) parasitising the critically endangered orang-utan, according to the characterisation of molecular genomic and mitochondrial markers

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    SYSNO ASEP0431415
    Druh ASEPJ - Článek v odborném periodiku
    Zařazení RIVJ - Článek v odborném periodiku
    Poddruh JČlánek ve WOS
    NázevPhylogenetic relationships between pinworms (Nematoda: Enterobiinae) parasitising the critically endangered orang-utan, according to the characterisation of molecular genomic and mitochondrial markers
    Tvůrce(i) Foitová, I. (CZ)
    Civáňová, K. (CZ)
    Baruš, Vlastimil (UBO-W) RID, SAI
    Nurcahyo, W. (ID)
    Celkový počet autorů4
    Zdroj.dok.Parasitology Research - ISSN 0932-0113
    Roč. 113, č. 7 (2014), s. 2455-2466
    Poč.str.12 s.
    Jazyk dok.eng - angličtina
    Země vyd.DE - Německo
    Klíč. slovaMolecular phylogeny ; Cytochromoxidase 1 ; 18S rDNA ; ITS1 ; Orang-utan pinworms ; Pongo abelii
    Vědní obor RIVEG - Zoologie
    Institucionální podporaUBO-W - RVO:68081766
    UT WOS000339965000006
    EID SCOPUS84903818022
    DOI10.1007/s00436-014-3892-y
    AnotacePinworms (Nematoda: Enterobiinae) include 52 species parasitising primates throughout the world. In the present study, we performed the first ever molecular analysis to investigate the phylogenetic position of recently described pinworms parasitising the Sumatran orang-utan. The phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial CO1 and chromosomal 18S rDNA and ITS1 regions could support the independent status of several Nematoda species. Our molecular data clearly suggest that Enterobius (Colobenterobius) buckleyi and Lemuricola (Protenterobius) pongoi together with Pongobius hugoti form separate clades among other studied species, which significantly supports the hypothesis of recently described new species parasitising the orang-utan (Pongo abelii and Pongo pygmaeus). The phylogenetic tree based on cytochrome oxidase 1 (CO1) gene variability showed possible close relationships between L. (Protenterobius) pongoi and P. hugoti; thus, we can assume that these species could have initially diverged in sympatry from a common ancestor.
    PracovištěÚstav biologie obratlovců
    KontaktHana Slabáková, slabakova@ivb.cz, Tel.: 543 422 524
    Rok sběru2015