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Table 2 Blood feeding rates of wild pyrethroid resistant An gambiae sl and personal protection in experimental huts in Cove, Benin

From: Which intervention is better for malaria vector control: insecticide mixture long-lasting insecticidal nets or standard pyrethroid nets combined with indoor residual spraying?

  Control (untreated net) Interceptor® LN Chlorfenapyr IRS Chlorfenapyr IRS + Interceptor® LN Interceptor® G2 LN
Total blood fed 210 65 209 66 120
% blood fed* 68a 37b 81c 42bd 48d
95% conf. interval 62–73 30–44 76–85 34–50 42–54
% blood-feeding inhibition 46 38 30
% inside net* 52a 26b 27b 32b
95% conf. interval 46–58 22–30 20–34 26–38
% personal protection 69 0 69 43
  1. * Values in the same row sharing a letter superscript do not differ significantly (P > 0.05, GLMM)