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Table 2 Susceptibility of An. aquasalis mosquitoes to infection with P. vivax from Brazilian asymptomatic patients

From: Infection of Anopheles aquasalis from symptomatic and asymptomatic Plasmodium vivax infections in Manaus, western Brazilian Amazon

Patient ID Thin blood smear (parasites/μl) PCR (copies/μl) Infection rate (%) Oocysts median (IQR) Symptom-free days
Asx Gam 18 srRNA Pvs25
1 0 0 16 nd 24.24 25 (16–34) ns
2 21 0 nd 6192 10 30 (-) ns
3 0 0 nd 2072 12.5 35 (31.5–38.5) ns
4 88 52 29 1263 0 0 7
5 0 0 51 1002 0 0 ns
6 nd nd 62 595 0 0 ns
7 nd nd nd 10,858 5.71 1 (1–1) ns
8 201 12 19 82 0 0 ns
9 3128 152 20,627 8686 14.89 12.25 (9–20) 10
10 2034 59 11,246 4393 5.12 7 (5.5–8.5) 1
11 77 0 97 240 0 0 ns
12 94 0 694 5190 0 0 14
13 0 0 186 252 0 0 30
14 0 0 1 23 0 0 4
15 0 0 1 147 1.69 1 (-) 1
16 301 40 58 262 0 0 ns
17 0 0 78 48 2.06 3.5 (2.75–4.25) ns
18 0 0 nd nd 0.91 1 (-) ns
19 0 21 nd 757 0 0 5
20 211 0 nd 8 0 0 ns
21 0 0 nd 2 0 0 7
22 65 0 nd 4 0 0 ns
23 0 0 5005 4612 0 0 ns
24 0 0 82,849 7855 0 0 ns
25 0 0 2558 7817 0 0 ns
  1. Abbreviations: nd not determined, ns no symptoms, IQR interquartile range (25th and 75th percentile), SD standard deviation, (-) single positive mosquito