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Probe A_90_P075906 Expression Report
Probe Information
Probe ID Associated gene(s) Probe annotation Location(s)
A_90_P075906 AGAP001113 Probe sequence aligns to 1 genomic locations, 1 gene and 1 transcript. Anopheles gambiae genome
Expression summary
Experiment P-value Test Experimental factor Summary
Female lower reproductive tract post-mating time-series (Gabrieli et al., 2014)
Microarray experiment info
Plots and data
0.00030
ANOVA
Developmental stage
Significant differential expression
↑ virgin adult
↓ mated adult
Click here for more results from Female lower reproductive tract post-mating time-series (Gabrieli et al., 2014)
Plasmodium berghei infected vs. uninfected (Zhao et al., 2012)
Microarray experiment info
Plots and data
0.0025
t-test
Disease state and disease staging
Significant 1.2-fold down-regulation with respect to
P. berghei NK65 infected v uninfected:17 days post infection
Click here for more results from Plasmodium berghei infected vs. uninfected (Zhao et al., 2012)
Female lower reproductive tract 20E injection (Gabrieli et al., 2014)
Microarray experiment info
Plots and data
0.017
t-test
Compound and organism part
Significant 1.5-fold down-regulation with respect to
20-hydroxyecdysone v 10% Ethanol:Spermatheca
Click here for more results from Female lower reproductive tract 20E injection (Gabrieli et al., 2014)
Mated vs virgin spermatheca (Shaw et al., 2014)
Microarray experiment info
Plots and data
0.081
t-test
Developmental stage
Non-significant 2.7-fold down-regulation with respect to
mated adult v virgin adult
Microarrays using this probe
Microarrays Experiments
Agilent A. gambiae 020449 44k v2
Plasmodium berghei infected vs. uninfected (Zhao et al., 2012)
Mated vs virgin spermatheca (Shaw et al., 2014)
Female lower reproductive tract post-mating time-series (Gabrieli et al., 2014)
Female lower reproductive tract 20E injection (Gabrieli et al., 2014)