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Fig. 3 | Parasites & Vectors

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From: Identification of a novel β-adrenergic octopamine receptor-like gene (βAOR-like) and increased ATP-binding cassette B10 (ABCB10) expression in a Rhipicephalus microplus cell line derived from acaricide-resistant ticks

Fig. 3

ABCB10 expression levels in Rhipicephalus spp. cell lines. ABCB10 expression in Rhipicephalus spp. cell lines BME/CTVM2 (2), BME/CTVM5 (5), BME/CTVM6 (6), BME/CTVM23 (23), BME/CTVM30 (30), RAN/CTVM3 (RAN), REN/CTVM32 (REN), RSE/PILS35 (RSE) and RA243 using BmVIII-SCC (SCC) as the calibrator cell line. Expression levels are shown numerically above each bar in the graph. Expression of ABCB10 was significantly higher in BME/CTVM6 (P = 0.002) compared to all other cell lines. There was no significant difference in ABCB10 expression level between all other cell lines. Gene expression is represented as mean ratio of ABCB10 to ActB, calculated according to the Pfaffl method [24], compared using one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) with Tukey’s post-hoc test

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