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Serological and Immunological Studies

  • M. Tsuji

Abstract

It is well known that in Anisakis infections remarkable eosinophilic infiltrations are seen in the tissue surrounding the larvae and that the imbedded area of the worms shows a strong allergic reaction. A reliable diagnosis of anisakiasis depends on recovery of the worms. The morphological examinations, however, are not easy and are often very difficult in chronic cases or where there is a latent clinical symptomatology.

Keywords

Indirect Fluorescent Antibody Test Schistosoma Japonicum Ascaris Lumbricoides Indirect Fluorescent Antibody Positive Serological Test 
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References

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    Desowitz RS (1986) Human and experimental anisakiasis in the United States. Hokkaido Igaku Zasshi 61(3): 358–371PubMedGoogle Scholar
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    Tsuji M (1975) Comparative studies on the antigenic structure of several helminths by immunoelectrophoresis. Jpn J Parasitol 24(4): 227–236 (in Japanese)Google Scholar

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© Springer-Verlag Tokyo 1989

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