About Trichinella nativa
The nematode Trichinella nativa is a parasite of a wide variety of mammals and birds. It is highly pathogenic and has a high resistance to freezing as it is encapsulated. Trichinellosis is caused by the ingestion of undercooked meat containing encysted larvae, the first signs include nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue, fever, and abdominal discomfort.
There is 1 alternative genome project for Trichinella nativa available in WormBase ParaSite: PRJNA179527
Genome Assembly & Annotation
The genome of T. nativa was produced by the Gasser laboratory at the University of Melbourne, as part of the assembly and analysis of all 12 recognized Trichinella species (described in Korhonen et al (2016)).
The gene predictions were made by the Gasser laboratory at the University of Melbourne.
- Korhonen PK, Pozio E, La Rosa G, Chang BC, Koehler AV, Hoberg EP, Boag PR, Tan P, Jex AR, Hofmann A, Sternberg PW, Young ND, Gasser RB. Phylogenomic and biogeographic reconstruction of the Trichinella complex. Nat Commun, 2016;7():10513
|Data Source||University of Melbourne|
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