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Table 2 Summary of data relating deltamethrin resistance phenotype to kdr genotype per town

From: Spatial variation of insecticide resistance in the dengue vector Aedes aegypti presents unique vector control challenges

    V1016I F1534C Double homozygotes
Town Deltamethrin Phenotype n V/V V/I I/I Freq. I p F/F F/C C/C Freq. C p V/V & F/F I/I & C/C
San Lorenzo susceptible 52 0 38 14 0.63   0 8 44 0.92   0 13
  resistant 31 1 4 26 0.9 <.0001 1 0 30 0.97 0.012 1 26
  Total 83 1 42 40 0.74   1 8 74 0.94   1 39
Acanceh susceptible 72 19 45 8 0.42   7 40 25 0.63   7 8
  resistant 10 0 0 10 1.0 <.0001 0 0 10 1.0 <.0001 0 10
  Total 82 19 45 18 0.49   7 40 35 0.67   7 18
Progreso susceptible 66 10 27 29 0.64   0 8 58 0.94   0 29
  resistant 24 0 7 17 0.85 0.0021 0 0 24 1.0 0.074 0 17
  Total 90 10 34 46 0.7   0 8 82 0.96   0 46
Hunucma susceptible 77 18 54 5 0.42   8 56 13 0.53   8 5
  resistant 11 0 2 9 0.91 <.0001 0 0 11 1.0 <.0001 0 9
  Total 88 18 56 14 0.48   8 56 24 0.59   8 14
Conkal susceptible 70 8 45 17 0.56   7 39 24 0.62   4 15
  resistant 9 0 1 8 0.94 <.0001 0 1 8 0.93 0.051 0 8
  Total 79 8 46 25 0.61   7 40 32 0.66   4 23
TOTAL susceptible 337 55 209 73    22 151 164    19 70
  resistant 85 1 14 70    1 1 83    1 70
  Total 422 56 223 143    23 152 247    20 140
  1. n = number of individuals tested for kdr genotype from each community; V/V and F/F are SS (homozygous susceptible); V/I and F/C are SR (heterozygotes); I/I and C/C are RR (homozygous resistant)