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Passive Hemagglutination Test (Boyden)

  • K. Asaishi
  • C. Nishino
  • H. Hayasaka

Abstract

The etiological mechanism of anisakiasis involves an anaphylactic as well as an Arthus reaction in the digestive tract [1,2]. Cell-mediated immune reaction must also be considered in the establishment of an allergic condition in experimental anisakiasis [1]. To carry out immunological studies on intestinal anisakiasis, indirect hemagglutination (IHA) tests were conducted on anisakiasis patients and controls.

Keywords

Ammonium Sulfate Indirect Hemagglutination Passive Hemagglutination Arthus Reaction Tannic Acid Solution 
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  • K. Asaishi
  • C. Nishino
  • H. Hayasaka

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