AS-LAMP: A New and Alternative Method for Genotyping

In recent decades, different methods have been introduced for the genotyping of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) and mutations in nucleic acid sequences. These methods have several applications ranging from agriculture to medicine. The Loopmediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) method was first introduced by Notomi et al. Since then, different methods derived from LAMP have been extensively applied in detecting pathogens. The LAMP method is an isothermal technique that amplifies the target DNA segment using four different primers that have been uniquely designed for recognizing six distinct zones on the objective gene; the process of reaction continues at a constant temperature via a strand displacement reaction. Amplifying and detecting the targeted zone can be accomplished in one stage. Although the LAMP method is mostly used for pathogen detection, several studies have used this method for genotyping. The present article reviewed various studies that used the LAMP method for SNP detection. The outcomes indicated that the LAMP technique could be a reliable and alternative technique for genotyping. Further studies are recommended to use this approach for genotyping.

Article Type:
Review Article
Avicenna Journal of Medical Biotechnology, Volume:12 Issue:1, 2020
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