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- Martínez, Cristina, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Fisheries research 2018 v.202 pp. 149-160
- Anisakis; adverse effects; aesthetics; anisakiasis; contingent valuation; digestive system diseases; economic sustainability; financial economics; fish industry; fish products; food industry; food quality; food safety; gender; hake; human health; hypersensitivity; mackerel; market prices; markets; parasites; parasitism; proteins; public health; purchasing; risk; sardines; seafoods; surveys; willingness to pay; zoonoses; Spain
- ... The presence of parasitic nematodes of the genus Anisakis and/or their proteins in seafood poses a risk to human health through a fish-borne zoonosis, namely anisakiasis, that can cause gastrointestinal disease and allergy. The presence of Anisakis may also dissuade consumers from purchasing fishery products, resulting in economic losses to the fishing industry. This is the first time a survey-bas ...