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Fig. 3

From: Genetic diversity of Leishmania donovani that causes cutaneous leishmaniasis in Sri Lanka: a cross sectional study with regional comparisons

Fig. 3

Phylogenetic trees with the Leishmania strains from Sri Lanka (SL), India (IN) and Nepal (NP) with (a) and /without (b) the global Leishmania reference panel consisting of different species of Leishmania from different regions. Lb(P):L. braziliensis [Peru] (Skin);Ld(DD8)/Ld(IN):L. donovani [India] (Bone marrow); Li(SP):L. infantum [Spain] (Unknown); Lm(A1):L. major [Libya]; Lt(TK):L. tropica [Turkey] (Skin); Lam: L. amazonenis (Skin); Li(TK):L. infantum [Turkey] (Spleen); SL-VL (52–55): VL Sri Lankan isolate (Bone marrow); SL_CL-S (2,3,6–8,10–14,16,17,31–46,48–50):Leishmania CL Sri Lankan isolate (Skin); SL_CL-DR (1,9,11,15,51,56):Leishmania CL Sri Lankan that failed to respond to antimonial drugs (Skin); IN-VL: L. donovani [India] (Bone marrow); IN-PKDL: Leishmania from post-kala azar dermal leishmaniasis (PKDL) [India] (Skin); NP-VL: Leishmania VL Nepalian isolate (Bone marrow); NP-PKDL:Leishmania cause PKDL [Nepal] (Skin)

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