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Genetic Diversity of Hard Ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) in the South and East Regions of Kazakhstan and Northwestern China

Korean Journal of Parasitology 2021년 59권 1호 p.103 ~ 108
Yang Yicheng, Tong Jin, Ruan Hongyin, Yang Meihua, Sang Chunli, Liu Gang, Hazihan Wurelihazi, Xu Bin, Hornok Sandor, Rizabek Kadyken, Gulzhan Kulmanova, Liu Zhiqiang, Wang Yuanzhi,
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 ( Yang Yicheng ) - Shihezi University School of Medicine Department of Basic Medicine
 ( Tong Jin ) - Shihezi University Medical College First Affiliated Hospital Department of Ultrasound
 ( Ruan Hongyin ) - Shihezi University School of Medicine Department of Stomatology
 ( Yang Meihua ) - Shihezi University College of Agriculture Department of Forestry
 ( Sang Chunli ) - Shihezi University School of Medicine Department of Basic Medicine
 ( Liu Gang ) - Shihezi University School of Medicine Department of Basic Medicine
 ( Hazihan Wurelihazi ) - Shihezi University School of Animal Science and Technology
 ( Xu Bin ) - Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention National Institute of Parasitic Diseases
 ( Hornok Sandor ) - University of Veterinary Medicine Department of Parasitology and Zoology
 ( Rizabek Kadyken ) - Kazakh National Agrarian University Department of Food Engineering
 ( Gulzhan Kulmanova ) - Kazakh National Agrarian University Department of Food Engineering
 ( Liu Zhiqiang ) - Xinjiang Academy of Animal Science Institute of Veterinary Medicine
 ( Wang Yuanzhi ) - Shihezi University School of Medicine Department of Basic Medicine

Abstract


To date, there is no report on the genetic diversity of ticks in these regions. A total of 370 representative ticks from the south and east regions of Kazakhstan (SERK) and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region (XUAR) were selected for molecular comparison. A fragment of the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (cox1) gene, ranging from 631 bp to 889 bp, was used to analyze genetic diversity among these ticks. Phylogenetic analyses indicated 7 tick species including Hyalomma asiaticum, Hyalomma detritum, Hyalomma anatolicum, Dermacentor marginatus, Rhipicephalus sanguineus, Rhipicephalus turanicus and Haemaphysalis erinacei from the SERK clustered together with conspecific ticks from the XUAR. The network diagram of haplotypes showed that i) Hy. asiaticum from Almaty and Kyzylorda Oblasts together with that from Yuli County of XUAR constituted haplogroup H-2, and the lineage from Chimkent City of South Kazakhstan was newly evolved; and ii) the R. turanicus ticks sampled in Israel, Almaty, South Kazakhstan, Usu City, Ulugqat and Baicheng Counties of XUAR were derivated from an old lineage in Alataw City of XUAR. These findings indicate that: i) Hy. asiaticum, R. turanicus and Ha. erinacei shared genetic similarities between the SERK and XUAR; and ii) Hy. marginatum and D. reticulatus show differences in their evolution.

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Genetic diversity; hard tick; Kazakhstan; northwestern China

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