Molecular diagnostics and LAMP technology

Molecular diagnostics have evolved in recent years as an alternative to traditional diagnostic methods such as virus/bacteria culture, microscopy, histopathology-based techniques (ie immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridisation), biochemical, phenotypic or serological analysis. These molecular methods are based on the amplification of a region of the target nucleic acid (either DNA or RNA) and are becoming increasingly popular with end-users.

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