Table 1 Sequenced population samples of Plasmodium falciparum from four West African locations and previous data incorporated into a multi-population analysis across the region.

From: Multi-population genomic analysis of malaria parasites indicates local selection and differentiation at the gdv1 locus regulating sexual development

Country Location Year of sample collection Number of infections sequenced (number in analysis) Mean FWSa Genome sequence datab
New population samples
Mali Nioro 2014 52 (51) 0.92 Table S1
Senegal Pikine 2014 60 (59) 0.95 Table S1
The Gambia Basse 2014 113 (80) 0.90 Table S1
Guinea Faranah 2013 59 (24) 0.83 Table S1
Previous population samples
The Gambia Greater Banjul 2008 79 (64) 0.93 ref.6,20
Guinea N’Zerekore 2011 134 (109) 0.84 ref.10,21
Ghana Kintampo 2011 58 (44) 0.84 ref.10,21
Ghana Navrongo 2011 48 (37) 0.84 ref.8,21
Mauritania Kobenni 2014 23 (19) 0.96 ref.9
Mauritania Nema 2014 33 (20) 0.87 ref.9
Mauritania Selibaby 2014 21 (18) 0.88 ref.9
  1. aFWS values (within-infection genotypic fixation indices) are given for individual infection samples in Table S1 and Fig. 2.
  2. bSequence accession numbers for all 284 new P. falciparum clinical samples obtained from four populations in this study are given in Table S1. Sequence data from other populations are previously published, and SNP genotype data are publicly available https://www.malariagen.net/projects/p-falciparum-community-project. For published population data, sample sizes analysed here differ slightly from those previously analysed, due to improvements in the SNP calling algorithm, and also to criteria for exclusion based on missing data as described in the Materials and Methods.