Abstract submission now closed
Abstract submission for our final conference is now closed. By November 7th we will come back to the corresponding authorsRead more.
Review on disease dynamics in experimentally infected wild boar
Our WG1 recently addressed the African swine fever dynamics in experimentally infected wild boar and feral pigs. In their review,Read more.
Review by WG1 on ASF virology
Animal diseases constitute a continuing threat to animal health, food safety, national economy, and the environment. Among those, African swineRead more.
New laboratory procedure for the simultaneous detection of ASF and CSF viruses
A new laboratory procedure, with high sensitivity and specificity, has been developed by our COST action members for the contemporaryRead more.
ASFstop final conference – registration and abstract submission OPEN
The registration and abstract submission for our final conference are now open! Hope to see many of you in BresciaRead more.
Lack of evidence for long term carriers
Although ASF is typically associated with very high case fatality rates, a certain proportion of infected animals will recover fromRead more.
The role of scavengers in ASF spread
Some of our members from FLI, together with colleagues from Greifswald University, recently published a paper on the influence ofRead more.
Final conference tab – on!
Our final conference is approaching (29-30 January 2020), abstract deadline and registration will open soon and the dedicated tab hasRead more.
ASF in the latest EWDA newsletter
At page 12 of the latest EWDA newsletter you’ll find an article by our vice leader Francisco Ruiz-Fons with anRead more.