PMID: 9201362May 1, 1997Paper

Cross-reactivity between IgE-binding proteins from Anisakis, German cockroach, and chironomids

Allergy
C PascualM Martin-Esteban

Abstract

Anisakis simplex larvae parasitize animals used as seafood and can produce a specific immune response in man. The ingestion of seafood contaminated with stage three of A. simplex larvae can induce a specific IgE response with clinical symptoms, usually urticaria, even if the fish is cooked before ingestion and the invasive infestation power destroyed by heating. Our preliminary studies showed a strong association of A. simplex sensitization with Ascaris lumbricoides, Daphnia, chironomid spp., Atlantic shrimp (Pandalus borealis), and German cockroach (Blattella germanica). We conducted the cross-reactivity study with cockroach, a ubiquitous insect, and Chironomidae (red mosquito larvae), a work-related allergen, without any possibility of Anisakis contamination. Serum samples were collected from 60 pediatric patients, with serum specific IgE to A. simplex. Both specific-IgE and immunoblot-inhibition studies, with a serum pool from 18 patients, were performed to determine whether the association of sensitizations to nematodes and arthropods was due to immunologic cross-reactivity. In addition, serum samples from 21 of 60 patients who showed also sensitization to German cockroach were used for individual immunoblot studies. In the...Continue Reading

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