Leishmania infantum (LINF)

Leishmania infantum Assembly and Gene Annotation

About Leishmania infantum

Wikipedia

Leishmania infantum is the causative agent of infantile visceral leishmaniasis in the Mediterranean region and in Latin America, where it has been called Leishmania chagasi. It is also an unusual cause of cutaneous leishmaniasis, which is normally caused by specific lineages (or zymodemes). Wild canids and domestic dogs are the natural reservoir of this organism.

Leishmania infantum is closely related to Leishmania donovani, and some authors believe that these two species are so close as to actually be subspecies of each other; however, phylogenetic analyses can easily distinguish between the two groups, although analysis has shown that some isolates of Leishmania donovani have been classified as Leishmania infantum and that the former includes a number of different genetic groups.

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More information

General information about this species can be found in Wikipedia.

Statistics

Summary

AssemblyLINF, INSDC Assembly GCA_900500625.1,
Database version97.1
Base Pairs32,803,248
Golden Path Length32,803,248
Genebuild byENA
Genebuild methodGenerated from ENA annotation
Data sourceCBMSO

Gene counts

Coding genes8,526
Non coding genes126
Small non coding genes126
Pseudogenes64
Gene transcripts8,716

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