Theileria annulata is a tickborne protozoan pathogen which is a major cause of livestock disease in sub-tropical regions with greater that 250 million cattle at risk.
GeneDB contains all available sequence from the 8.3 megabase genome, comprising four haploid chromosomes, of T. annulata Ankara clone C, generated by the T. annulata whole-genome-shotgun sequencing project at The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute.
The most recent sequence updates and annotations for the T. annulata genome can be found in GeneDB.
This genome has been published: Pain et al. (2005) Genome of the host-cell transforming parasite Theileria annulata compared with T. parva. Science 309:131-133.
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