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Título: Temporal stability in the genetic structure of Sarcoptes scabiei under the host-taxon law: empirical evidences from wildlife-derived Sarcoptes mite in Asturias, Spain
Autores: Alasaad, Samer
Oleaga, Álvaro
Casais, Rosa
Rossi, Luca
Min, Annarita
Soriguer, Ramón
Gortázar, Christian
Palabras Claves: Parasitología
Medicina tropical
Sarna
Escabiosis
Fecha Edición: 27-Jul-2011
Editor: BMC
Cita Bibliográfica: Alasaad S, Oleaga A, Casais R, Rossi L, Min AM, Soriguer RC, Gortázar, C.. Temporal stability in the genetic structure of Sarcoptes scabiei under the host-taxon law: empirical evidences from wildlife-derived Sarcoptes mite in Asturias, Spain. Parasites & Vectors. 2011;4.
Resumen: Background: Implicitly, parasite molecular studies assume temporal genetic stability. In this study we tested, for the first time to our knowledge, the extent of changes in genetic diversity and structure of Sarcoptes mite populations from Pyrenean chamois (Rupicapra pyrenaica) in Asturias (Spain), using one multiplex of 9 microsatellite markers and Sarcoptes samples from sympatric Pyrenean chamois, red deer (Cervus elaphus), roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) and red fox (Vulpes vulpes). Results: The analysis of an 11-years interval period found little change in the genetic diversity (allelic diversity, and observed and expected heterozygosity). The temporal stability in the genetic diversity was confirmed by population structure analysis, which was not significantly variable over time. Population structure analysis revealed temporal stability in the genetic diversity of Sarcoptes mite under the host-taxon law (herbivore derived-and carnivore derived-Sarcoptes mite) among the sympatric wild animals from Asturias. Conclusions: The confirmation of parasite temporal genetic stability is of vital interest to allow generalizations to be made, which have further implications regarding the genetic structure, epidemiology and monitoring protocols of the ubiquitous Sarcoptes mite. This could eventually be applied to other parasite species.
URI: https://ria.asturias.es/RIA/handle/123456789/13025
ISSN: 1756-3305
Aparece en las Colecciones:Agroalimentación y Ganadería
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