farinae, and Euroglyphus
maynei from the family Pyroglyphidae (Astigmata: Acari), may cause atopic diseases known as HDM allergy or HDM atopy in humans.
With referral from a parasitology laboratory, and experts on house dust mite identification, we concluded that the microscopic objects were most likely dust mites, the first case as being Euroglyphus maynei and the second case as being of the Dermatophagoides species (6,7).
In our study, in the first case the mite was Euroglyphus maynei and the second being of the Dermatophagoides species (which was identified by an experienced house dust mite expert but he was unable to determine whether it was D.
farinae) and Eur m 1 (from Euroglyphus maynei) at amino acid level.
farinae) y Eur m 1 (de Euroglyphus maynei), esto podria sugerir que existe reactividad cruzada entre estas especies.
Los datos demuestran que los acaros Blomia tropicalis y Euroglyphus maynei son tambien fuentes importantes de sensitizacion.
Extracts from the mites Blomia tropicalis (BT) and Euroglyphus maynei (EM) are not commercially available and were prepared as previously reported (9).
One individual of Euroglyphus magnei (Cooreman) was found on one occasion (house 4), and Oribatida mites (20 individuals) were found in 6 houses, Prostigmata mites (28 individuals) in 7 houses, and Mesostigmata mites (16 individuals) in 6 houses.
pteronyssinus and Euroglyphus maynei (Acari: Pyroglyphidae) at specific relative humidities.
Extracts from the domestic mites Blomia tropicalis and Euroglyphus maynei are not commercially available and were prepared as previously reported (27).
Euroglyphus maynei, Blomia tropicalis and Euroglyphus maynei, American cockroach Periplaneta americana, cat and dog dander.
A total of 1 gram of BT or Euroglyphus
maynei (EM) bodies were extracted in 20 ml of 0.2 M ammonium bicarbonate supplemented with 50% glycerol and sterilized using a 0.22 im pore size filter.