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Table 2 Immunity related genes significantly upregulated in the presence of CHIKV

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

Libraries Gene description Gene ID logFC logCPM P Value FDR
SM 1dpi > 1dpf Attacin AAEL003389 7.8160 −0.6624 <0.0001 0.0017
Cecropin A AAEL000627 5.4855 −0.9914 0.00015 0.0354
Cecropin AAEL015515 4.2884 1.1236 <0.0001 0.0001
Defensin AAEL003832 4.9008 −0.5482 <0.0001 0.0004
Gambicin AAEL004522 0.6632 7.1876 0.00023 0.0487
PGRP S1 AAEL009474 1.2361 2.6771 0.00024 0.0495
FREP 14 AAEL007942 1.2401 4.7265 <0.0001 <0.0001
FREP 9 AAEL004156 0.6374 6.4320 0.00011 0.0267
FREP 37 AAEL011007 0.6026 5.8483 <0.0001 0.0242
SM 2dpi > 2dpf Cecropin AAEL000621 3.6724 1.1756 <0.0001 0.0007
Cecropin AAEL018349 3.2777 0.9248 <0.0001 0.0007
Defensin D AAEL003857 2.2313 2.0919 <0.0001 0.0049
FREP 10 AAEL008646 2.3248 3.8649 <0.0001 0.0000
Lysozyme C-type AAEL003723 1.5102 5.0339 <0.0001 <0.0001
TEP 20 AAEL001794 1.7125 0.2464 0.0002 0.0425
GNBP AAEL009178 1.3002 6.4798 <0.0001 <0.0001
PM 1dpi > 1dpf GNBP AAEL009178 0.7611 8.7899 0.0001 0.0287
  1. logFC logarithmic fold-change, CPM counts per million, FDR false discovery rate, PGRP Peptidoglycan Recognition Protein, FREP Fibrinogen Related Protein, GNBP Gram-Negative Binding Protein, SM saline meal (PBS), PM protein meal (BSA), dpi days post-infection with CHIKV, dpf days post-feeding without CHIKV infection