- Anisakis An·i·sa·kis (ān'ĭ-sā'kĭs) n. A genus of nematodes that includes many common parasites of marine mammals and marine fish-eating birds. The American ...
- EFSA scientific opinion on risk assessment of parasites in fishery
- parasite antigens. For allergy, the only parasite in fishery products implicated is the nematode Anisakis simplex, and sensitisation occurs via infection by live ...
- Anisakis larvae ("herringworm"; Nematoda) in fish - Ices
- ICES IDENTIFICATION LEAFLETS FOR DISEASES AND. PARASITES OF FISH AND SHELLFISH. Leaflet No.
- Anisakiasis - NCBI
- implicated in human disease: Anisakis (sensu lato), Pseudo- terranova ... our review on Anisakis and Pseudoterranova species only. There are two forms of ...
- Anisakis – A food-borne parasite that triggers allergic host defences
- Anisakis is a parasitic nematode which infects fish and marine invertebrates, including crustaceans and molluscs. Ingestion of contaminated seafood can cause ...
- Attenzione a sushi e sashimi per la presenza di Anisakis
- Attenzione a sushi e sashimi per la presenza di Anisakis. Spatola, suro, sgombro, merluzzo, scorfano e alici possono contenere parassiti dannosi anche per l'uomo.
- Pesce crudo, contro le larve Anisakis basta masticare bene
- MILANO – Pesce crudo, contro le larve da Anisakis basta masticare bene.
- ALIMENTI/ Da anisakis a verme piatto, le insidie per chi ama il pesce crudo
- «In Italia il numero annuo reale dei casi di anisakidosi è sicuramente sottostimato – assicura Atzori -Il ciclo biologico del genere Anisakis si sviluppa interamente nell'ecosistema marino, quindi l'uomo rappresenta un ospite accidentale.
- Come ridurre il rischio Anisakis
- Molluschi crudi, pesce fresco marinato o poco cotto possono celare una pericolosa insidia per la nostra salute: l'Anisakis.
- Connection between chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) and parasite infections
- The authors wrote, “CSU patients were more often diagnosed with protozoa, had a significantly higher risk of toxocariasis seropositivity and Anisakis simplex sensitization, when compared to healthy controls.
- Anisakis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Anisakis is a genus of parasitic nematodes, which have life cycles involving fish and marine mammals. They are infective to humans and cause anisakiasis.
- CDC - Anisakiasis - Biology
- Mar 18, 2015 Anisakiasis is caused by the accidental ingestion of larvae of the nematodes ( roundworms) Anisakis simplex and Pseudoterranova decipiens.
- CDC - Anisakiasis - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Nov 21, 2012 What is anisakiasis? Anisakiasis, or herring worm disease, is a parasitic disease caused by nematodes (worms) that attach to the wall of the ...
- Anisakis - Parasites In Humans
- Anisakis. Anisakis worms are parasitic roundworms living in the stomach. Anisakiasis (the disease) is acquired by eating uncooked fish or squid infected with ...
- BBB - Anisakis simplex and related
- Dec 12, 2014 Provides basic facts about anisakis simplex and related worms.
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