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Table 1 Classification of genes based on transcript accumulation levels (at FPKM) in mosquito midguts

From: The midgut transcriptome of Aedes aegypti fed with saline or protein meals containing chikungunya virus reveals genes potentially involved in viral midgut escape

Days post- feeding Meal type Culture medium Library >10,000 1000–10,000 100–1000 50–100 20–50 10–20 1–10 0–1 0
/ Sugar / S 12 341 1281 957 1650 1486 3819 3346 1836
1d SM Uninfected P1 55 271 1285 963 1654 1479 3726 3301 1994
SM Infected P1i 60 316 1347 956 1650 1457 3706 3245 1991
PM Uninfected B1 67 376 1387 892 1486 1328 3951 3372 1869
PM Infected B1i 57 313 1217 820 1389 1261 4107 3485 2079
2d SM Uninfected P2 59 261 1238 927 1594 1504 3786 3253 2106
SM Infected P2i 58 283 1276 938 1632 1486 3760 3176 2119
PM Uninfected B2 62 384 1792 1176 1945 1505 3118 3159 1587
PM Infected B2i 63 379 1763 1131 2291 1188 3140 3132 1641
  1. FPKM are average values from RNA-Seq libraries of three biological replicates. SM, saline meal (PBS); PM, protein meal (BSA)