Plasmodium vivax North Korean (GCA_000320685.2) Assembly and Gene Annotation
About Plasmodium vivax North Korean
Plasmodium vivax is a protozoal parasite and a human pathogen. This parasite is the most frequent and widely distributed cause of recurring (Benign tertian) malaria, P. vivax is one of the five species of malaria parasites that commonly infect humans. Although it is less virulent than Plasmodium falciparum, the deadliest of the five human malaria parasites, P. vivax malaria infections can lead to severe disease and death, often due to splenomegaly (a pathologically enlarged spleen). P. vivax is carried by the female Anopheles mosquito; the males do not bite.
General information about this species can be found in Wikipedia.
|Assembly||PV_N_Korean_V1, INSDC Assembly GCA_000320685.2,|
|Golden Path Length||29,679,024|
|Data source||Broad Institute|
|Non coding genes||116|
|Small non coding genes||116|