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Skin (Intradermal) Testing Using Several Kinds of Anisakis Larva Antigens

  • H. Ishikura
  • Y. Kikuchi
  • O. Toyokawa
  • H. Hayasaka
  • K. Kikuchi

Abstract

In 1962 the first case of intestinal anisakiasis was reported by van Thiel et al. in the Netherlands and 2 years later nationwide studies on this disease started in Japan. The majority of Japanese eat raw marine fish and squid, so this study was very important and has progressed rapidly. The initial stages of study mainly involved immunological experiments for pathogenesis and diagnosis. Skin tests were studied quickly and isolated rapidly in that period.

Keywords

Skin Test Intradermal Test Serum Antibody Titer Fractional Antigen Immunological Diagnosis 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Ishikura
  • Y. Kikuchi
  • O. Toyokawa
  • H. Hayasaka
  • K. Kikuchi

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