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This paper is based on an analysis of the following open access data:
- P. vivax Genome Variation May 2016 data release – This data release comprises information about samples and sequence data, as well as genotypes, for 228 samples collected in 13 countries.
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About the collaboration
The sequence data used in this analysis were generated by the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and contributed to the P. vivax Genome Variation project by several independent research groups. The P. vivax Genome Variation project aims to understand genome diversity of this parasite that, because it can remain dormant in the liver for years, is particularly hard to eliminate using conventional malaria control measures.