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Gene expression was compared between old (29 day) and young (9 day) adult female Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in order to discover diagnostic transcripts for mosquito age determination. ArrayExpress: E-MEXP-2879 
Transcripts were quantified in adult Aedes aegypti female heads at 24 hours and then again at 72 hours and five subsequent time points spaced four hours apart in mosquitoes reared under an alternating light-dark regime. The data is presented in VectorBase as a single time-series with two biological replicates rather than the concatenated time series with no replicates as shown in the publication. GEO: GSE28010 
Hemocyte-enriched gene expression was assayed by comparing expression in hemolymph vs carcass in adult female Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. Naive uninfected and pathogenic bacteria-infected mosquitoes were tested separately. GEO: GSE38744 
Whole genome transcriptome profiling of a multi-insecticide resistant field population 'VK' of Anopheles gambiae from Burkina Faso compared to a susceptible laboratory strain Ngousso originally from Cameroon. ArrayExpress: E-MTAB-1083 
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Genotype:StrainOrLine
 
Gene expression profiling was performed on DDT resistant field populations of Anopheles gambiae from Cameroon compared with susceptible laboratory strains with similar genetic backgrounds (M/S molecular form). ArrayExpress: E-MTAB-1382
Transcription expression was compared between Anopheles gambiae Sua5B cell-lines that have been infected with Wolbachia strains wAlb or wMel, and a control. Data from the NIAID Arthropod Vector Cell line transcriptome (AVCL) consortium. 
Transcription expression was compared between Anopheles gambiae cell-lines MOS55 infected with either the Wolbachia strains wMel or wMelPop, or a densovirus, and an uninfected cell-line. Data from the NIAID Arthropod Vector Cell line transcriptome (AVCL) consortium. 
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StrainOrLine
 
Transcription expression was compared between Anopheles gambiae cell-lines available from MR4 (Malaria Research and Reference Reagent Resource Center). Data from the NIAID Arthropod Vector Cell line transcriptome (AVCL) consortium. 
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DevelopmentalStage
 
Gene expression in the spermatheca was compared between adult Anopheles gambiae virgin females and mated females 24hrs post mating. E-MTAB-2429 
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DevelopmentalStage
GrowthCondition
DevelopmentalStage:GrowthCondition
 
Gene expression in the Anopheles gambiae female lower reproductive tract, comprising of the atrium and spermatheca, was measured in and compared between mosquitoes 3, 12 and 24 hours post mating and age-matched virgins. Transcriptional profile compared across 4 biological replicates using Agilent one-color microarrays. The data and protocols have been submitted to ArrayExpress under the accession E-MTAB-3022
Gene expression in the Anopheles gambiae female lower reproductive tract, comprising of the atrium and spermatheca, was measured in and compared between mosquitoes injected with steroid hormone 20-hydroxyecdysone (20E) and ethanol (10%). Transcriptional profile compared across 4 biological replicates using Agilent two-color microarrays. The data and protocols have been submitted to ArrayExpress under the accession E-MTAB-3023
Gene expression differences between permethrin resistant Anopheles funestus mosquitoes from Mozambique and Malawi that have been exposed to permethrin ("permethrin-selected"), mosquitoes unexposed to permethrin ("control") and a susceptible laboratory strain (FANG,"insecticide-susceptible") were measured using a 4x44k Agilent chip, which features Anopheles funestus ESTs and all transcripts of Anopheles gambiae. However, only the probes designed using "native" Anopheles funestus sequences are used in VectorBase's analysis. 
Gene expression was compared between blood-fed and non-blood-fed adult female Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes. Furthermore, the blood meals either contained 11.75 ng/ml ivermectin (solubilized in dimethyl sulfoxide and diluted in PBS) or the same volume of DMSO alone in PBS as control. The first blood meal was at two days post-emergence and a second blood meal was administered at six days post-emergence. The non-blood-fed control at six days did have the blood meal at two days. Mosquitoes receiving an ivermectin treated blood at six days were given an untreated blood meal at two days. All mosquitoes had ad libitum access to sugar and water except when being starved for several hours on blood-feeding days. Transcript expression was assayed via paired-end Illumina sequencing with quantification through a simple tophat2/cufflinks pipeline. 
Whole insect gene expression was assayed in female Aedes aegypti mosquitoes at 1, 2 and 7 days following a virus-infected blood meal. The three flavivirus strains used were: West Nile Virus 2741, Dengue DENV-2 New Guinea C and Yellow Fever Virus Asibi strain. 
RNA from heads of male and female pupae (24 hr). Transcripts linked to proteolysis, proteasome, metabolism, catabolic, and biosynthetic processes, ion transport, cell growth, and proliferation were differentially expressed in female vs male heads. 
Whole genome gene expression level changes in the meiotic drive system in Aedes aegypti during spermatogenesis compared to non drive strain. The meiotic drive system in A. aegypti causes the female determining chromosome to fragment during spermatogenesis. 
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StrainOrLine:DiseaseState:Time
 
A genome-wide survey of genes in Aedes aegypti females that are transcriptionally responsive upon challenge with dengue virus (serotype-2). In this experiment, two strains of A. aegypti: DENV susceptible (Moyo-S) and refractory (Moyo-R), are assayed at 3h and 18h post infection. A pooled control of uninfected Moyo-S and Moyo-R strains at both timepoints is included. 
Comparison of transcript abundance in the female Anopheles gambiae, 3 hours after blood meal with non-blood fed controls. 
The experiment examines whether III^M in Musca domestica invaded because of sex-specific selection pressures by comparing the gene expression profiles between Y^M and III^M males. Y^M is the male determining factor, M on chromosome Y and III^M is the M factor on the third chromosome, III^M reached high frequencies in multiple populations. 
Two pyrethroid resistant strains from Cuba and Cayman islands were compared to susceptible strain from New Orleans of Aedes aegypti
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