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Complete mitochondrial genome of the greater bandicoot rat Bandicota indica (Rodentia: Muridae)



Complete mitochondrial genome of the greater bandicoot rat Bandicota indica (Rodentia: Muridae)



Mitochondrial Dna. Part A, Dna Mapping, Sequencing, and Analysis 27(6): 4349-4350



The complete mitochondrial genome of the greater bandicoot rat (Bandicota indica) was first sequenced and characterized. The genome was 16 326 bp in length, the composition and arrangement of its genes were analogous to other rodents. To confirm the phylogenetic position of B. indica, the mitochondrial nucleotide sequence data of other 20 Rodentia species were used to construct phylogenetic tree by maximum likelihood. Phylogenetic analysis demonstrated that genera Bandicota and Rattus were sister taxa, and B. indica was closer to the genus Rattus than to genera Niviventer and Leopoldamys. The mitochondrial genome of B. indica presented in this study can provide useful information for species delimitation, taxonomic and phylogenetic analyses as well as other studies of the species.

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DOI: 10.3109/19401736.2015.1089495


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