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Species and sex-specific chemosensory gene expression in Anopheles coluzzii and An. quadriannulatus antennae
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Olfactory cues drive mosquito behaviors such as host-seeking, locating sugar sources and oviposition. These behaviors can vary between sexes and closely related species. For example, the malaria vector Anopheles coluzzii is highly anthropophilic, whereas An. quadriannulatus is not. These behavioral differences may be reflected in chemosensory gene expression. The expression of chemosensory genes in the antennae of both sexes of An. coluzzii and An. quadriannulatus was compared using RNA-seq.doi:10.1186/s13071-020-04085-3 pmid:32321556 fatcat:bcyrw53lxrfdnonia73opiz3e4