Variations in microsatellite sequences provide evidence for population differences and multiple ribosomal gene repeats within Trichinella pseudospiralis.

@article{Zarlenga1996VariationsIM,
  title={Variations in microsatellite sequences provide evidence for population differences and multiple ribosomal gene repeats within Trichinella pseudospiralis.},
  author={D S Zarlenga and Rolf Aschenbrenner and J. Ralph Lichtenfels},
  journal={The Journal of parasitology},
  year={1996},
  volume={82 4},
  pages={534-8}
}
Enzymatic amplification of expansion segment 5 sequences within domain IV of the large subunit ribosomal DNA generated distinct results among geographical isolates of Trichinella pseudospiralis from Russia, North America, and Australia from both avian and mammalian hosts. Discrete, multiple DNA fragments ranging in approximate size from 285 to 360 bp were observed within and among each of the isolates tested. Polymerase chain reaction performed on individual adult parasites from each isolate… CONTINUE READING

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