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Table 1 Details of samples used and DNA sequencing analysis done in the present study

From: Ancient origin and evolution of the Indian wolf: evidence from mitochondrial DNA typing of wolves from Trans-Himalayan region and Pennisular India

Sample/Species N Status Origin Source
Himalayan wolf (HW) 18 Captive bred from few wild-caught animals Trans-Himalayan region of India Padmaja Naidu, Himalayan Zoological Park, Darjeeling (West Bengal)
Gray wolf (GW) 5a Wild caught Pennisular India Nehru Zoological Park, Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh); Sakkarbaug Zoo, Junagarh (Gujarat)
Jackal (J), [C. aureus] 2 Wild caught Pennisular India Nehru Zoological Park, Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh); Sakkarbaug Zoo, Junagarh (Gujarat)
Wild dog (WD) [Cuon alpinus] 2 Wild caught Pennisular India Nehru Zoological Park, Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh); Sakkarbaug Zoo, Junagarh (Gujarat)
DNA sequencing Analysis done:
Mitochondrial Domain Samples analyzed (n=number)
D-loop control region (~1300 or more bp) HW (18); GW (5); J (2)
Partial Cytochrome-b gene (~350 bp) HW (18); GW (3); J (2); WD (2)
Complete Cytochrome-b gene (1140 bp) HW (2); GW (2); J (1)
16S rRNA gene (560 bp) HW (18); GW (5); J (2); WD (2)
  1. a : Samples originated from three different states of pennisular India