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Volume 21, Number 12—December 2015

Pyrethroid and DDT Resistance and Organophosphate Susceptibility among Anopheles spp. Mosquitoes, Western Kenya

Christine L. Wanjala, Jernard P. Mbugi, Edna Ototo, Maxwell Gesuge, Yaw A. Afrane, Harrysone E. Atieli, Guofa Zhou, Andrew Githeko, and Eugenia LoComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya (C.L. Wanjala, J.P. Mbugi, E. Ototo); Kenya Medical Research Institute, Kisumu, Kenya (C.L. Wanjala, E. Ototo, M. Gesuge, Y.A. Afrane, H.E. Atieli, A.K. Githeko); Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, Kakamega, Kenya (C.L. Wanjala); Program in Public Health, University of California, Irvine, USA (G. Zhou, G. Yan)

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Table 1

Anopheles mosquitoes observed for insecticide resistance in 7 study sites, Western Kenya, 2012–2013

Study site No. collected % An. arabiensis % An. gambiae subsp. % Not amplified
Ahero 56 89.3 5.4 5.4
Kisian 225 64.4 32.9 2.4
Chulaimbo 100 24.0 72.0 4.0
Emutete 200 3.5 94.0 2.5
Emakakha 61 3.3 93.4 3.3
Iguhu 300 8.0 88.0 4.0
Bungoma 60 3.3 90.0 6.7

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