The World Organisation for Animal Health has approved a South African developed diagnostic test for African horse sickness (AHS), a potentially deadly horse disease. Previously, results for the test for this disease took a minimum of two weeks. Thanks to a test developed in South Africa by Professor Alan Guthrie, and colleagues at the Faculty of Veterinary Science’s Equine Research Centre (ERC), University of Pretoria, the test now only takes four hours.
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