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Anisakis, just think about it in an emergency!

Cristina Bucci, Serena Gallotta, Ivonne Morra, Adele Fortunato, Carolina Ciacci, Paola Iovino

Anisakiasis: a growing cause of abdominal pain

Joana CarmoSusana MarquesMiguel BispoDavid Serra

Common Symptoms from an Uncommon Infection: Gastrointestinal Anisakiasis

Yuto ShimamuraNiroshan MuwanwellaSujievvan ChandranGabor KandelNorman Marcon

Gastrointestinal anisakiasis. Study of a series of 25 patients

OA Repiso, TM Alcántara, FC González

Assessing the risk of an emerging zoonosis of worldwide concern: Anisakiasis

Miguel BaoGraham J. PierceSantiago PascualMiguel González-MuñozSimonetta MattiucciIvona MladineoPaolo CiprianoIvana Bušelić & Norval J. C. Strachan

Influencia de los Tratamientos dados al Pescado en la Viabilidad y Alergenicidad de las Larvas de Anisakis

Principales problemas causados por los parásitos del pescado

ControlSanitariodeparasitasdepeixesnaspesqueriasdoatlantico 

Maria Llarena Reino

Infection of Anisakids Larvae in Long Tail Tuna (Thunnus tonggol) In North Persian Gulf 

A Eslami1, H Sabokroo2, SH Ranjbar- Bahadori 3

Principal component analysis of factors for sensitization to Anisakis spp. in postpartum women

Israel Figueiredo Jr Mauricio Afonso VericimoSergio Carmona São ClementeGerlinde Agate Platais Brasil Teixeira

Ecology and Genetic Structure of Zoonotic Anisakis spp from Adriatic Commercial Fish Species 

Ivona Mladineo,a Vedran Poljakb

Final Report Summary – PARASITE PROJECT (Parasite risk assesment with integrated tools in EU fish production value chains)

Anisakiasis in Southeast Asia: A story of new tropical disease? 

Somsri WiwanitkitViroj Wiwanitkit

Tesis sobre estado de Anisakis en España 

Patricia Irene Irigoyen Pueyo

Informe del Comité Científico de la Agencia Española de Seguri- dad Alimentaria y Nutrición (AESAN) sobre medidas para reducir el riesgo asociado a la presencia de Anisakis

Previous Exposure to the Fish Parasite Anisakis as a Potential Risk Factor for Gastric or Colon Adenocarcinoma. 

Juan Carlos Garcia-Perez, Rosa Rodríguez-Perez, Araceli Ballestero, Jaime Zuloaga, Belen Fernandez-Puntero, Javier Arias-Díaz and  María Luisa Caballero

Larval migration of the zoonotic parasite Anisakis pegreffii (Nematoda: Anisakidae) in European anchovy, Engraulis encrasicolus: Implications to seafood safety. 

P. Cipriani, V. Acerra, B. Bellisario, G. L. Sbaraglia, R. Cheleschi, G. Nascetti, S. Mattiucci

Third-stage nematode larvae of Contracaecum osculatum from Baltic cod (Gadus morhua) elicit eosinophilic granulomatous reactions when penetrating the stomach mucosa of pigs.

 S.B. Strom, S. Haarder, R. Korbut, H. Mejer, S.M. Thamsborg, P.W. Kania, K. Buchmann 

Antigenicity of Anisakis simplex s.s. L3 in parasitized fish after heating conditions used in the canning processing. 

M. Tejada, F. Olivares, C. de las Heras, M. Careche, M.T. Solas, M.L. García, A. Fernández, A. Mendizábal, A. Navas, A.I. Rodríguez-Mahillo, M. González-Muñoz

Proteomic profiling and characterization of differential allergens in the nematodes Anisakis simplex sensu stricto and A. pegreffii. 

S.C. Arcos, S. Ciordia, L. Roberston, I. Zapico, Y. Jiménez-Ruiz, M. González-Muñoz, I. Moneo, N. Carballeda-Sangiao, A. Rodríguez-Mahillo, J.P. Albar, A. Navas

 Anisakis/Ascaris IgE ratio improves specificity for the diagnosis of Anisakis simplex sensitization in travellers and immigrants.

N. Carballeda-Sangiao, A.I. Rodríguez-Mahillo, S. Puente, M.T. Gutiérrez, I. Moneo, M. González-Muñoz

Increased Contracaecum osculatum infection in Baltic cod (Gadus morhua) livers (1982-2012) associated with increasing grey seal (Halichoerus gryphus) populations. 

S. Haarder, P. W. Kania, A. Galatius, K. Buchmann

Population genetic analysis of Anisakis simplex s.l. and Anisakis pegreffii (Nematoda, Anisakidae) from parapatric areas and their contact zone

N. AbattouyA. ValeroJ. LozanoS.D. BarónC. RomeroJ. Martín-Sánchez

Effect of Anisakis simplex (sl) larvae on the spoilage rate and shelf-life of fish mince products under laboratory conditions. 

C.S. Svanevik, B.T. Lunestad, A. Levsen

Emerging Pseudoterranova decipiens (Krabbe, 1878) problems in Baltic cod, Gadus morhua L., associated with grey seal colonization of spawning grounds. 

K. Buchmann, P. Kanis

Effects of anisakid nematodes Anisakis simplex (s.l.), Pseudoterranova decipiens (s.l.) and Contracaecum osculatum(s.l.) on fish and consumer health

Kurt Buchmann Foojan Mehrdana

Larval migration of the zoonotic parasite Anisakis pegreffii(Nematoda: Anisakidae) in European anchovy, Engraulis encrasicolus: Implications to seafood safety

Paolo CiprianiVirginia Acerra, Bruno BelisarioGian Luca SbaragliaRoberto CheleschiGiuseppe NascettiSimonetta Mattiucci

Development and evolution of risk assessment for food allergens. 

R. W. R. Crevel, J. L. Baument, A. Baka, G. F. Houben, A. C. Knulst, A. G. Kruizinga, S. Luccioli, S. L. Taylor, C. B. Madsen

Translating reference doses into allergen management practice: Challenges for stakeholders. 

R. W. R. Crevel, J. L. Baument, S. Luccioli, A. Baka, S. Hattersley, J. O’B. Hourihane, S. Ronsmans, F. Timmermans, R. Ward, Y. Chung

The European Union Summary Report on Trends and Sources of Zoonoses, Zoonotic Agents and Food-borne Outbreaks in 2012. 

EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) and ECDC (European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control), 2014.

Multicriteria-based ranking for risk management of food-borne parasites. FAO and WHO, 2014

Microbiological Risk Assessment Series No. 23. Rome. 302pp.

Advances in the risk management of unintended presence of allergenic foods in manufactured food products – An overview. 

S. Hattersley, R. Ward, A. Baka, R. W.R. Crevel

Complimentary white paper on Allergen Management 

E. Komitopoulou

Anisakis simplex (s.l.) in Grey gurnard (Eutrigla gurnardus) from the North Sea: Food safety considerations in relation to fishing ground and distribution in the flesh. 

A. Levsen, H. Karl

Anti-Anisakis IgE Seroprevalence in the Healthy Croatian Coastal Population and Associated Risk Factors. 

I. Mladineo, V. Poljak, V. Martínez-Sernández, F. M. Ubeira

Scientific Opinion on Priority topics for the development of risk assessment guidance by EFSA’s Scientific Committee

Linking Oceans and Human Health. A Strategic Research Priority for Europe. Position Paper 19. 

European Marine Board, 2013.

Anisakid Nematodes of Greenland Halibut Reinhardtius hippoglossoides from the Barents Sea. 

K. Karpiej , J. Dzido , J. Rokicki , A. Kijewska

NIR Spectroscopy and Imaging Techniques for Evaluation of Fish Quality—A Review. 

Dan Liua, Xin-An Zenga & Da-Wen Sun

Optimization of the pepsin digestion method for anisakids inspection in the fishing industry. 

M. Llarena-Reino, C. Piñeiroa, J. Antonio, L. Outeriño, C. Vello, Á. F. González, S. Pascual

Experimental Susceptibility of Gilthead Sea Bream, Sparus aurata, via Challenge with Anisakis pegreffii Larvae. 

F. Marino, G. Lanteri, A. Passantino, C. De Stefano, A. Costa, G. Gaglio, F. Macrì

Foodstuff authentication from spectral data: Toward a species-independent discrimination between fresh and frozen–thawed fish samples.

 M. Ottavian, L. Fasolato, P. Facco, M. Barolo

The role of muscle-invading anisakid larvae on bacterial contamination of the flesh of post-harvest blue whiting (Micromesistius poutassou

C. Smith Svanevik, A. Levsen, B. T. Lunestad

Host range, host ecology, and distribution of more than 11 800 fish parasite species. 

G. Strona, M. L. D. Palomares, N.S Bailly, P. Galli, K. D. Lafferty 

Libro de Enfermedades Alérgicas. 

J. M. Zubeldia, M. L. Baeza, I. Jáuregui, C. J. Senent

Molecular characterization of anisakid nematodes in fishes of the Northern Sardinian Sea. 

Tedde T., Piras M.C., Merella P., Mele P., Lorenzoni G., Rosa M.N., Salza S., Assaretti A., Santoru F., Marongiu E., Virgilio S.

Abstracts from the 1st International Symposium on Strategies for Management of Parasitized Seafood Products. 

S. Pascual, Á. F. González, C. Vello, L. Outeiriño. Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas & Comercial Hospitalaria Grupo 3, 2011.

Anisáquidos en aguas de Galicia: del gen al ecosistema.

Abollo, E. 1999. Tesis doctoral, Universidad de Vigo. 140 pp.

Anisakis infestation in marine fish and cephalopods from Galician waters: an updated perspective.

Abollo, E., Gestal C. and Pascual, S., (2001) ” . Parasitol Res 87: 492-499.

Parasites of fish and risks to public health.

Adams, A., K. Murrell y Cross, J. 1997. . Rev. Sci. Tech. Off. Int. Epiz., 16: 652-660.

Anisakis Simplex only provokes allergic symptoms when the worm parasitises the gastrointestinal tract.

Alonso-Gómez A., Moreno-Ancillo A., López-Serrano M.C., Suarez de Parga JM., Daschner A., Caballero M.T., Barranco P., and Cabañas R. (2004). Parasitol Res: 378-384.

Anisakis simplex: dangerous –dead and alive?.

Audicana, M.T., Anostegui, I.J., Fernandez-de Corres, L. y Kennedy, M.W. 2002. Trends in Parasitol., 18 (1): 20-25.

Several allergens from Anisakis simplex are highly resistant to heat and pepsin treatments.

Caballero M.L., Moneo I. (2004). Parasitol Res (2004): 248-251.

Larval anisakine nematodes in various fish species from Sable Island Bank and vicinity. In: Bowen WR (ed) Population biology of sealworm in relation to its intermediate and seal host.

McClelland G., Misra, RK., Martells DJ (1990).  Can Bull Fish Aquat Sci 222: 83-118.

Parasites and the food supply.

Orlandi, P., D. Chu, J. Bier y G. Jackson. 2002.  Food Tech., 56: 72-81.

Adverse reactions to fish.

Plessis, K.D., Lopata, A.L. y Steinman, H. 2004. . Current All. & Clin. Immuno.,17 (1):4-8.

Observations on the migration of Anisakis larvae into the flesh of herring after capture. En: Nematode problems in North Atlantic fish.

Huss, H.H. y Drewes, S. 1989. Report from a workshop in Kiel, 3-4 april 1989. ICES Mariculture Committee, pp: 25-26.

 Infection of Baltic herring (Clupea harengus membras) with Anisakis simplex larvae.

Podolska, M. y Horbowy, J. 2003., 1992-1999: a statistical análisis using generalized linear models. ICES

Parasite Recruitment and Oceanographic Regime: a working hypothesis on a global scale.

Pascual, S., A. González, Guerra, A. 2007. . Biological Reviews 82: 257-263.

Ani s 11-like protein is a pepsin and heat-resistant major allergen of Anisakis spp. and a valuable tool for Anisakis allergy component-resolved diagnosis.

Noelia Carballeda-Sangiao, Ana I. Rodríguez-Mahillo, Mercedes Careche, Alfonso Navas, Teresa Caballero, Javier Dominguez-Ortega, Jesús Jurado-Palomo, Miguel González-Muñoz

 Diari d’investigació sobre l’Anisakis

Environmental variables and definitive host distribution: a habitat suitability modelling for endohelminth parasites in the marine realm.

Thomas KuhnSarah CunzeJudith Kochmann & Sven Klimpel

Mitochondrial Phylogenomics yields Strongly Supported Hypotheses for Ascaridomorph Nematodes.

Guo-Hua LiuSteven A. NadlerShan-Shan LiuMagdalena PodolskaStefano D’AmelioRenfu ShaoRobin B. Gasser Xing-Quan Zhu.

Non-immune immunoglobulins shield Schistosoma japonicum from host immunorecognition.

Chuang WuNan HouXianyu LiaoShuai LiuPengfei CaiYan Xiao Qijun Chen

Survey of Anisakis sp. and Hysterothylacium sp. in sardines and anchovies from the North Adriatic Sea

S. CavalleroC. MagnaboscoM. CivettiniL. BoffoG. Mingarelli,P. BurattiO. GiovanardiC.M. FortunaG. Arcangeli

Assessment of the prevalence of anisakidae larvae in anchovies in the central Adriatic Sea

Ciccarelli et al., 2011, C. Ciccarelli, A. Aliventi, V. Di Trani, A.M. Semeraro

“Anisakidosis: perils of the deep,” Clinical Infectious Diseases,

N. S. Hochberg and D. H. Hamer,

 “Anisakis simplex: from obscure infectious worm to inducer of immune hypersensitivity”

M. T. Audicana and M. W. Kennedy

 “Anisakis—a food-borne parasite that triggers allergic host defences” 

N. E. Nieuwenhuizen and A. L. Lopata,

“Anisakis and anisakiasis”

J. W. Smith and R. Wootten

“Foodborne anisakiasis and allergy” 

F. J. Baird, R. B. Gasser, A. Jabbar, and A. L. Lopata,

“Serine proteases from nematode and protozoan parasites: isolation of sequence homologs using generic molecular probes” 

J. A. Sakanari, C. E. Staunton, A. E. Eakin, C. S. Craik, and J. H. McKerrow

 “A nematode parasitic to herring, causing acute abdominal syndromes in man

P. van Thiel, F. C. Kuipers, and R. T. Roskam

“Gastric anisakiasis in Italy: case report”

O. Stallone, L. Paggi, A. Balestrazzi, S. Mattiucci, and M. Montinari

“Human anisakiasis in Italy: a report of eleven new cases”

S. Pampiglione, F. Rivasi, M. Criscuolo et al.,

“Probable recognition of human anisakiasis in Brazil”

V. A. Neto, J. G. D. P. Amato, and V. S. Amato

 “The first case of anisakiasis acquired in Austria” 

C. Kapral, M. Haditsch, F. Wewalka, W. Schatzlmayr, K. Lenz, and H. Auer,

 “A case of anisakiasis—Alberta” 

K. Kowalewska-Grochowska, J. Quinn, I. Perry, and R. Sherbaniuk

“Gastric anisakiasis” 

M. Bhat and P. Cleland

 “Gastrointestinal manifestations and management of anisakiasis” 

L. Madi, M. Ali, P. Legace-Wiens, and D. R. Duerksen,

 “An unusual case of abdominal pain” 

S. Vaughan, M. Sadler, S. Jayakumar, B. Missaghi, W. Chan, and D. L. Church,

“Human intestinal anisakiosis due to consumption of raw salmon”

C. Couture, L. Measures, J. Gagnon, and C. Desbiens,

 “Endoscopic diagnosis of gastric anisakiasis and extraction of larvae” 

N. Muwanwella, Y. Shimamura, H. Akram, P. Kortan, and N. Marcon

“A rare cause of acute abdomen” 

N. Muwanwella, Y. Shimamura, and N. Marcon 

 “Anisakidae and anisakidosis”

H. Ishikura, K. Kikuchi, K. Nagasawa et al.,

“Intestinal anisakiasis as a rare cause of small bowel obstruction

G. Kojima, S. Usuki, K. Mizokami, M. Tanabe, and J. Machi,

“Anisakis larva involving the esophageal mucosa”

N. Muguruma, S. Okamura, T. Okahisa, H. Shibata, S. Ito, and A. Terauchi

 “A case of duodenal anisakiasis with duodenal ulcer” 

D. Hwang, S. I. Park, S. C. Pack et al.,

 “Laryngeal anisakiasis: an unusual cause of foreign-body sensation in the throat” 

S. Y. Kwak and Y.-H. Yoon,

 “Images in clinical tropical medicine: adhesive intestinal obstruction caused by extragastrointestinal anisakiasis” 

Y. Takamizawa and Y. Kobayashi

 “An unusual presentation of anisakiasis in the colon (with video)”

F. Riu Pons, J. Gimeno Beltran, R. Albero Gonzalez et al.,

“Asymptomatic colonic anisakiasis”

Y. Tamai and K. Kobayashi

 “A case of asymptomatic incidental live anisakid worm infestation on a large rectal polyp” 

S. Matsui, T. Uraoka, H. Hasegawa, and Y. Kitagawa,

“An unusual colonic ‘tumour” 

G. Andrisani, C. Spada, L. Petruzziello, and G. Costamagna,

“A case of anisakiasis invading the stomach and the colon at the same time after eating anchovies” 

S. H. Kim, C. W. Park, S. K. Kim et al.,

 “Colonic polyp secondary to Anisakis simplex” 

M. T. Herranz-Bachiller, R. Atienza-Sánchez, J. Barrio-Andrés et al.,

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