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African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV)

ID Screen® African Swine Fever Competition


Competitive ELISA for the detection of antibodies against ASFV in serum or plasma from swine,wild boar or other susceptible species






  • High specificity and sensitivity
  • Results in only 90 minutes
  • Suitable for serum and plasma with ready-to-use components
  • Validated by the European Union Reference Laboratory

Method :

Competitive ELISA

Species :


Specimens :

Serum and plasma

Coated antigen :

p32 ASFV recombinant protein

Conjugate :

Anti-p32-HRP (concentrated 10X)

Product reference

Kit format


Plate format

ASFC-2P 2 plates 192 12 x 8-well strips
ASFC-5P 5 plates 480 12 x 8-well strips
  1. Bourry O. et al. (2022). Oronasal or Intramuscular Immunization with a Thermo-Attenuated ASFV Strain Provides Full Clinical Protection against Georgia 2007/1 Challenge. Viruses, 14, 2777.
  2. Pikalo J. et al. (2021). African Swine Fever Laboratory Diagnosis—Lessons Learned from Recent Animal Trials. Pathogens 10, 177.
  3. Pikalo J. et al. (2021). Towards Efficient Early Warning: Pathobiology of African Swine Fever Virus “Belgium 2018/1” in Domestic Pigs of Different Age Classes. Animals, 11, 2602.
  4. Siengsanan-Lamont et al. (2021). Abattoir-Based Serological Surveillance for Transboundary and Zoonotic Diseases in Cattle and Swine in Cambodia: A Pilot Study in Phnom Phen Province During 2019 and 2020. DOI: 694599/v1.
  5. Validation study report of the ID Screen® ASF Competition (2018) performed by the CISA-INIA, European Union Reference Laboratory for ASF.

Associated products

Internal reference material

Freeze-dried porcine negative serum. Read more

Internal reference material

Freeze-dried positive porcine serum. Read more