The host species used in our experiment was Plodia interpunctella, the Indian Meal Moth. All individuals were taken from a large stock that has been maintained at the University of Sheffield for approximately 8 years. These transcriptomes were built from RNA-seq reads that originated from two experiments. The first compared larvae that had been exposed to virus with those that we exposed to a control solution (N=6 samples). The second compared larvae that had received two doses of virus compared to a single dose. In all cases, fourth instar larvae were harvested, and each sample consisted of 20 pooled individuals.