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Table 2 Genotypic and allelic frequencies of Kdr L1014F and Ace-1R G119S gene mutations in Anopheles gambiae and Anopheles coluzzii

From: Evaluation of the interaction between insecticide resistance-associated genes and malaria transmission in Anopheles gambiae sensu lato in central Côte d’Ivoire

SNP per species n Genotypic frequenciesa [x (%)] Allelic frequencies [y (%)] OR (95% CI) HWE χ2b (P-value)
RR RS SS R S   
Kdr L1014F
 An. coluzzii 631 304 (48.18) 271 (42.95) 56 (8.87) 879 (69.65) 383 (30.35) 1 0.105 (0.744)
 An. gambiae 624 616 (98.72) 7 (1.12) 1 (0.16) 1232(99.28) 9 (0.72) 59.64 (30.81–131.63) 6.96 (0.008)
Ace-1RG119S  
 An. coluzzii 630 14 (2.22) 76 (12.06) 540 (85.72) 104 (8.25) 1156 (91.75) 1 23.66 (< 0.001)
 An. gambiae 622 52 (8.36) 138 (22.19) 432 (69.45) 250 (20.10) 994 (79.90) 2.79 (2.17–3.60) 51.48 (< 0.001)
  1. SNP Single nucleotide polymorphism, n number of mosquitoes, x number of genotypes, y number of alleles, OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, HWE Hardy–Weinberg equilibrium, S susceptible; for other abbreviations, see Table 1
  2. aFor the genotypic frequency distribution, values were significantly different (P < 0.001) between An. coluzzii and An. gambiae
  3. bdf = 2