Table 2  Transcripts accumulated differentially between sugar-fed mosquitoes of two strains are classified on the basis of the fold-changes in accumulation (A). Some of these transcripts also were accumulated differentially after blood-feeding (B)
A. Comparison between S mosquitoes
Fold-Changesa
>10,000>1000>100>1010 − >55 − 2<2TotalDetected Only in One Strain
Rex-D > CTM00313117679118912992Rex-D = 180
CTM > Rex-D0000619118832080CTM = 59
5072
LVP > CTM00915918374410092104LVP = 179
CTM > LVP0005211286723243355CTM = 58
5459
LVP > Rex-D01039693646801153LVP = 27
Rex-D > LVP000436052322352861Rex-D = 48
4014
B. Number of transcripts accumulated significantly 5hPBM among the ones accumulated differentially between S mosquitoes
Fold-changesa
>2<2
Rex-D > CTMRex-D = 186, CTM = 341, both = 231Rex-D = 163, CTM = 591, both = 975
CTM > Rex-DRex-D = 14, CTM= 101, both = 21Rex-D = 175, CTM = 611, both = 795
LVP > CTMLVP = 251, CTM = 210, both = 331LVP = 101, CTM = 170, both = 631
CTM > LVPLVP = 204, CTM = 2084, both = 367LVP = 414, CTM = 292, both = 1491
LVP > Rex-DLVP = 155, Rex-D = 32, both = 174LVP = 133, Rex-D = 45, both = 443
Rex-D > LVPLVP = 187, Rex-D = 67, both = 206LVP = 832, Rex-D = 123, both = 1126
  • CTM, Chetumal; LVP, Liverpool; Rex-D, Rexville D-Puerto Rico.

  • a Fold-changes between sugar-fed mosquitoes (A) and blood- and sugar-fed mosquitoes (B).