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DevelopmentalStage:Age
 
Seven different Anopheles gambiae developmental stages (from embryo to adult) are profiled using the MMC1 EST array. The larval samples are time-based (rather than instar-based).

The expression ratios are calculated with respect to a standard reference sample in channel 2. The ratios can not be interpreted as up- or down-regulated. They may only be compared relative to each other. 

Four different Anopheles gambiae adult body parts (head, midgut, ovaries and carcass) are profiled using the MMC1 EST array. The carcass sample is what remains after head, midgut and ovaries have been dissected.

The expression ratios are calculated with respect to a standard reference sample in channel 2. The ratios can not be interpreted as up- or down-regulated. They may only be compared relative to each other. 

Transcription profiling of a recently colonised pyrethroid resistant Anopheles gambiae strain from Ghana using a small custom "detox chip". 
Measuring the response of detoxification genes to permethrin exposure in adult Aedes aegypti mosquitoes using a small custom "detox chip". 
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StrainOrLine:DevelopmentalStage
 
Profiling detoxification genes in insecticide resistant and susceptible strains of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes (larva and adult) using a small custom "detox chip". 
Profiling the response of detoxification genes to a panel of five insecticides and environmental pollutants (permethrin, temephos, atrazine, fluoranthene and copper) in Aedes aegypti larvae using a small custom "detox chip". 
factor:
DevelopmentalStage:Age
 
Expression ratios at the transition between five developmental stages of Aedes aegypti was determined using a custom EST array. This experiment has not been published, but the data and protocols have been submitted to ArrayExpress under the accession E-TABM-385
Three day old Anopheles gambiae females are given a blood meal and are profiled at 7 different time points using the Affymetrix chip. This dataset can also be queried at http://www.angaged.bio.uci.edu/ 
Three tissues (midgut, fat body and ovaries) of blood-fed adult Anopheles gambiae females are profiled using the Affymetrix chip. This dataset can also be queried at http://www.angaged.bio.uci.edu/ 
Four different sub-compartments of the Anopheles gambiae larval midgut are profiled with the Affymetrix chip. A whole organism sample is also profiled for comparison. 
The expression profiles of Anopheles gambiae larval salivary glands vs. whole larvae are compared using the Affymetrix Anopheles/Plasmodium microarray. 
Comparison of 15 day uninfected blood-fed vs. sugar-fed Anopheles gambiae females using the Affymetrix chip. 
Comparison of non-blood fed adult Anopheles gambiae females with males of same age using the Affymetrix chip. 
Two consecutive blood meals are profiled in Anopheles gambiae adult females with the Affymetrix chip. The second and third samples are taken 24h after each blood meal. The second blood meal is 48h after the first. 
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DevelopmentalStage
 
Larval and adult stages of Anopheles gambiae are compared using the Affymetrix chip. (Adult male and female samples have been averaged in the analysis.) 
Adult male and female Anopheles gambiae samples are profiled using the MMC1 EST array.

The expression ratios are calculated with respect to a standard reference sample in channel 2. The ratios can not be interpreted as up- or down-regulated. They may only be compared relative to each other. 

Measures the Anopheles gambiae midgut's response to Plasmodium berghei invasion at three time points: before, during and after midgut invasion. The control uses an invasion-deficient strain thereby eliminating the effects of blood feeding.

The MMC1 EST array is used. 

Changes in expression between neighboring stages of Anopheles gambiae midgut invasion are measured separately for wild-type and invasion-deficient strains of Plasmodium berghei using the MMC1 EST array.

Look for changes in the wild-type experiments that are not mirrored by the invasion-deficient control. 

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Genotype
Genotype:StrainOrLine
 
We examined patterns of gene expression in two independent colonies of both M and S molecular forms of 4th instar Anopheles gambiae larvae. For each colony, replicates were derived from independent RNA samples extracted from different cohorts to ensure that trends were reproducible. In addition, each replicate was derived from larvae drawn from three pans to minimize the contribution of any individual pan to variation between samples. Data were obtained from a total of five biological replicates per mosquito colony. 
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Genotype
Genotype:StrainOrLine
 
We examined patterns of gene expression in two independent colonies of both M and S molecular forms of sugar fed virgin female Anopheles gambiae adults. For each colony, replicates were derived from independent RNA samples extracted from different cohorts to ensure that trends were reproducible. In addition, each replicate was derived from adults drawn from three cages to minimize the contribution of any individual cage to variation between samples. Data were obtained from a total of five biological replicates per mosquito colony. 
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