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“…samples from Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Cameroon, and Guinea. The levels of nucleotide diversity (π) are similar to values reported in West Africa for both COI and ND4 (Bennett et al, 2016;Paupy et al, 2008), and much lower than the values reported for East Africa (Bennett et al, 2016), America (Eskildsen et al, 2018;Jaimes-Dueñez, Arboleda, Triana-Chávez, & Gómez-Palacio, 2015;Scarpassa, Cardoza, & Cardoso, 2008;Twerdochlib et al, 2012), and Asia (Bosio et al, 2005), possibly due to multiple introduction events in those continents (Bracco, Capurro, Lourenço-de-Oliveira, & Sallum, 2007;Powell & Tabachnick, 2013).…”
Section: West African Originsupporting
confidence: 69%
“…samples from Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Cameroon, and Guinea. The levels of nucleotide diversity (π) are similar to values reported in West Africa for both COI and ND4 (Bennett et al, 2016;Paupy et al, 2008), and much lower than the values reported for East Africa (Bennett et al, 2016), America (Eskildsen et al, 2018;Jaimes-Dueñez, Arboleda, Triana-Chávez, & Gómez-Palacio, 2015;Scarpassa, Cardoza, & Cardoso, 2008;Twerdochlib et al, 2012), and Asia (Bosio et al, 2005), possibly due to multiple introduction events in those continents (Bracco, Capurro, Lourenço-de-Oliveira, & Sallum, 2007;Powell & Tabachnick, 2013).…”
Section: West African Originsupporting
confidence: 69%
“…In our results, genetic diversity (Hd), number of haplotypes (N) and nucleotide diversity () were lower (N = 3, Hd = 0.67 and = 0.006) than in other studies on the ND4 gene of A. aegypti. The studied Colombian A. aegypti populations were genetically structured, a trend also found in other populations from South America and Central America (GORROCHOTEGUI-ESCALANTE et al 2002, COSTA-DA-SILVA et al 2005, URDANETA-MARQUEZ et al 2008, PAUPY et al 2012, TWERDOCHLIB et al 2012, CALDERA et al 2013. The genetic structure of the studied Colombian populations occurred between regions separated by less than 17 km, similar to the patterns observed in Venezuela (distance less than 15 km between them), which suggest that gene flow is restricted (HERRERA et al 2006).…”
supporting
confidence: 61%
“…The ND4 mitochondrial gene, which codifies the subunit 4 of the NADH dehydrogenase enzyme, is an effective tool to analyze genetic population structure and colonization events in A. aegypti. Such analyses were carried out in mosquito populations from Brazil (TWERDOCHLIB et al 2012), Bolivia (PAUPY et al 2012), Peru (YÁÑEZ et al 2013), Venezuela (URDANETA-MARQUEZ et al 2008) and Mexico (GORROCHOTEGUI-ESCALANTE et al 2002). So far, only RAPDs (Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA) (OCAMPO & WESSON 2004, MEJÍA et al 2011) and more recently the mtDNA (CALDERA et al 2013) have been used to analyze the genetic structure of A. aegypti populations in Colombia.…”
mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the specific case of Ae. aegypti, subunit 4 (ND4) of the mitochondrial NADH gene has been shown to be an excellent tool for the analysis of the genetic differentiation of the populations of this vector [15][16][17][18][19][20].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%