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

Table 3

Quantification of the enzymatic activity of A. aegypti larvae from different Brazilian municipalities. Numbers refer to the rate of specimens with activity higher than the 99 percentile of Rockefeller (%>p99). Municipalities are arranged in descending order of temephos resistance (RR95 OP).

YearRegionStateMunicipality/strainRR95 OPACEMFOGSTA-ESTB-ESTPNPA-EST

2012COGOSão Miguel do Araguaia27.10059
2012COGOAparecida de Goiânia16.658585463
2011COGORio Verde14.8108
2011COGOSão Simão14.814
2011COGOCampos Belos12.01159150
2011NPACastanhal11.20375
2010NERNCaicó9.604000
2011COGOGoiânia8.6365
2011NRRPacaraima4.0610143

Activities were classified as normal (regular font), altered (italic and underlined font) or highly altered (italic and bold) if these values ranged respectively below 15%, between 15 and 50% or above 50%.

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