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research-article | 26-March-2021

First report on molecular identification of Anisakis simplex in Oncorhynchus nerka from the fish market, with taxonomical issues within Anisakidae

parts of squids. Larval stages of three species of the genus Anisakis (Dujardin, 1845): A. simplex (Rudolphi, 1809), A. pegreffii (Campana-Rouget and Biocca, 1955), and A. physeteris (Baylis, 1923) are the causative agents of human gastrointestinal anisakidosis (Karmanova, 2007). The whole anisakids and decomposed worms in thermally processed food can provoke severe allergic reactions range from hives and angioneurotic edema to anaphylactic shock (Audicana et al., 2002; Hoshino and Narita, 2011

Alina E. Safonova, Anastasia N. Voronova, Konstantin S. Vainutis

Journal of Nematology, Volume 53 , 1–10

Research Article | 26-September-2018

Pathogenic Potential of Fresh, Frozen, and Thermally Treated Anisakis spp. Type II (L3) (Nematoda: Anisakidae) after Oral Inoculation into Wistar Rats: A Histopathological Study

potentially zoonotic nematodes among edible fishes in Egypt, there are few immunological and molecular studies investigating the epidemiology of these parasites. Anisakidosis, a human infection with nematodes of the family Anisakidae, is caused most commonly by Anisakis spp. In the present study, seventy specimens of the European seabass Dicentrarchus labrax commercialized in Alexandria city along the Mediterranean Sea were acquired during the period from July to December, 2015. Fish were necropsied and

KAREEM MORSY, ABEER MAHMOUD BADR, FATHY ABDEL-GHAFFAR, SOMAYA EL DEEB, SAMAR EBEAD

Journal of Nematology, Volume 49 , ISSUE 4, 427–436

research-article | 16-April-2020

De novo transcriptome sequencing and analysis of Anisakis pegreffii (Nematoda: Anisakidae) third-stage and fourth stage larvae

Lopata, 2013). Of genus Anisakis, Anisakis simplex sensu lato (s.l.) has been traditionally considered as the main causative agent of anisakidosis (Audicana and Kennedy, 2008). But since molecular approaches have been introduced for identification of anisakid nematodes, it was proved that there are three species in A. simplex complex and of them, the two sibling species A. simplex sensu stricto (s.s.) and A. pegreffii were shown to be the causative agent of human infection (Mattiucci and D’Amelio

U-Hwa Nam, Jong-Oh Kim, Jeong-Ho Kim

Journal of Nematology, Volume 52 , 1–16

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