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Table 2 Pairwise comparison between samples obtained from the same subject at the time of initial infection and at the time of recurrent parasitemia

From: Exploration of Plasmodium vivax transmission dynamics and recurrent infections in the Peruvian Amazon using whole genome sequencing

Initial infection Recurrent parasitemia Segregating sites Core genome identical by descent (%) Microsatellites (concordant/typed)
PQPC-029-0 PQPC-029-84 137 98.6 6/6
PQPC-035-0 PQPC-035-83 561 4.6 3/6
PQPC-047-0 PQPC-047-43 566 5.6 1/6
PQPC-071-0 PQPC-071-105 560 6.8 1/6
PQPC-088-0 PQPC-088-91 272 98.1 5/6
PQPC-113-0 PQPC-113-76 72 99.3 6/6
PQPC-117-0 PQPC-117-52 385 2.3 1/4
PQPC-125-0 PQPC-125-80 134 98.7 6/6
PQPC-128-0 PQPC-128-87 392 98.1 6/6
PQPC-135-0 PQPC-135-120 262 99.3 6/6
PQPC-139-0 PQPC-139-121 111 99.3 2/3
PQSC-013-0 PQSC-013-52 337 9.7 2/6
PQSC-042-0 PQSC-042-134 347 52.0 2/6
PQSC-058-0 PQSC-058-30 66 99.4 6/6
PQSC-105-0 PQSC-105-32 381 25.8 6/6
PQSJ-058-0 PQSJ-058-40 516 8.2 2/6
PQSJ-122-0 PQSJ-122-144 61 100 0/6
PQSJ-171-0 PQSJ-171-129 218 99.3 6/6
PQSJ-190-0 PQSJ-190-98 117 99.7 5/6
PQSJ-199-0 PQSJ-199-56 559 41.2 4/6
PQSJ-202-0 PQSJ-202-100 269 99.0 6/6
PQSJ-284-0 PQSJ-284-71 171 99.4 6/6
PQSJ-294-0 PQSJ-294-73 200 100 6/6
  1. The mean number of segregating sites for all 69 samples included in the study was 489. We identified 12 pairs that are most likely to be homologous relapses, based on the mean number of segregating sites minus 1.5 standard deviations (< 290) and core genome IBD ≥ 99%, which are italicized