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Table 1 Time to knockdown (in minutes) for 50% and 95% (KDT50 and KDT95) of Anopheles gambiae s.l. from the Sudanian area following exposure to pyrethroids only and PBO plus pyrethroid

From: Evidence supporting deployment of next generation insecticide treated nets in Burkina Faso: bioassays with either chlorfenapyr or piperonyl butoxide increase mortality of pyrethroid-resistant Anopheles gambiae

Climatical area Insecticides KDT50 (min) [95% IC] KDT50 KDT95 (min) [95% IC] KDT95
Sudan Deltamethrin 48.61 [45.43–52.59] 146.48 [123.23–182.75]
Sudan PBO + deltamethrin 22.97 [22.06–23.89] 48.46 [45.31–52.41]
Sudan Permethrin 154.21 [111.65–262.32] 1051.22 [520.39–3427.81]
Sudan PBO + permethrin 78.29 [66.69–97.07] 530.84 [348.65–955.87]