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Research Article

Resistance Status to the Insecticides Temephos, Deltamethrin, and Diflubenzuron in Brazilian Aedes aegypti Populations

Table 1

Resistance status of several Brazilian municipalities to the larvicides temephos (OP) and diflubenzuron (CSI).

YearRegionStateMunicipality/strainGenerationTemephosGenerationDiflubenzuron
RR50RR95SlopeRR50RR95Slope

2010NERNRockefeller1.01.06.201.01.04.85
CaicóF28.49.65.07F22.21.76.56

2011NRRRockefeller1.01.05.031.01.04.16
PacaraimaF24.34.05.70F21.71.55.05
PACastanhalF28.211.23.53F21.41.24.75
MarabáF28.010.33.76F31.81.64.91
SEESCachoeiro de ItapemirimF118.417.15.57F21.91.65.03
CWGOCampos BelosF29.112.03.68F21.71.64.38
GoiâniaF27.98.64.56F21.61.83.63
Rio VerdeF211.514.83.77F22.01.65.32
São SimãoF212.114.83.98F22.02.33.57
UruaçuF210.512.54.08F21.91.55.78

2012CWGOAparecida de GoiâniaF117.916.65.59F21.12.12.43
São Miguel do AraguaiaF121.127.13.77F11.61.73.82

RR50 and RR95: resistance ratios; profiles corresponding to RR95 below or above 3.0 (italic font or bold font numbers) were classified as susceptible or resistant, respectively.
RR80 is informed. See Table S2 for additional details.

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