Anisakidae


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Anisakidae

[‚an·ə′säk·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of parasitic roundworms in the superfamily Ascaridoidea.
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In humans, Anisakidae are responsible for a zoonotic disease called anisakidosis (Kassai et al.
Included in the Phylum Nematoda, the family Anisakidae contains 24 genera and its representatives have great zoonotic potential (Martins, Onaka, & Fenerick, 2005; Fontenelle, Knoff, Felizardo, Lopes, & Sao Clemente, 2013).
Nematodes of the Anisakidae family (RAILLET & HENRY, 1912) and Acanthocheilidae (WULKER, 1929), have been recorded in several species of fishes (REGO, 1979; MORAVEC et al.
2008) Phylum Nematoda: Rhabditea Order Ascaridida; Family Acanthocheilidae Pseudanisakis tricupola Fernandez & Villalba (1985) Order Ascaridida; Family Anisakidae Anisakis sp.
Anisaquiase e o termo utilizado para designar a infeccao parasitaria humana causada pelos estagios larvais de alguns generos de nematodeos da Familia Anisakidae, principalmente Anisakis spp.
gigas es importante debido a que los parasitos de interes zoonotico como los ascaroideos de la familia Anisakidae son transmitidos al hombre cuando se ingiere este alimento crudo o sin coccion.
Solamente fue encontrado un tipo de parasito, un nematodo de la familia Anisakidae, dentro de la cavidad visceral de blanquillo.
The Family Anisakidae is represented by a single species.
the possibility of the sushi consumer becoming infected with several types of worms, most commonly the larvae (eggs) of the worm species Anisakidae.
A medical rarity in the United States until recently, human infection by the parasites, called Anisakidae, has increased markedly.