Theileria parva
Representative genome: Theileria parva (assembly ASM16536v1)
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ID: 38
Organism ImageTheileria parva

This intracellular parasite causes East Coast Fever in cattle

Lineage: Eukaryota[3274]; Alveolata[87]; Apicomplexa[57]; Aconoidasida[31]; Piroplasmida[10]; Theileriidae[4]; Theileria[4]; Theileria parva[1]
Theileria parva is an intracellular parasite transmitted by the tick Rhipicephalus appendiculatus causing the East Coast Fever. This disease affects wild and domesticated ruminants and represents a major economic problem in many parts of Eastern, Southern, and Central Africa. T. parva preferentially infects lymphocytes. Inside More...


Submitter: TIGR
Assembly level: Chromosome
Assembly: GCA_000165365.1 ASM16536v1 scaffolds: contigs: N50: 1,971,884 L50: 2
BioProjects: PRJNA16136, PRJNA16138
Whole Genome Shotgun (WGS): RefSeq: NZ_AAGK00000000.1; INSDC: AAGK00000000.1
Statistics: total length (Mb): 8.34761
 protein count: 4061
 GC%: 34.0411

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