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Multiplexed isothermal nucleic acid amplification.

Multiplexed isothermal amplification and detection of nucleic acid sequences and biomarkers is of increasing importance in diverse areas including advanced diagnostics, food quality control and environmental monitoring. Whilst there are several very elegant isothermal amplification approaches, multiplexed amplification remains a challenge, requiring careful experimental design and optimisation, from judicious primer design in order to avoid the formation of primer dimers and non-specific amplification, appl...


Diagnostic Accuracy of Nucleic Acid Amplification Based Assays for Tuberculous Meningitis: A Meta-analysis.

Numerous in-house and commercial nucleic acid amplification tests (NAAT) have been evaluated using variable reference standards for diagnosis of TBM but their diagnostic potential is still not very clear.

Exonuclease III-boosted cascade reactions for ultrasensitive SERS detection of nucleic acids.

A variety of nucleic acid amplification techniques have been integrated into different detection methods to promote the development of sensitive and convenient analysis of nucleic acids. However, it is still in urgent need to develop amplified nucleic acid biosensors for the analysis of susceptible gene and even distinguishing single-base mismatched DNA in complex biological samples. Benefiting from the achieved detection strategies, here we boost isothermal nucleic acid amplification by resorting to enzyme...


Nucleic acid diagnostic approaches in parasitology.

Nucleic acid diagnostic technologies are partly replacing traditional microscopy and antigen detection methods in parasitological diagnostics. In particular, the diagnostics of parasitic diarrhea is undergoing a transformation due to the application of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests. Diagnostics of malaria is still based on microscopy, but rapid nucleic acid tests are emerging. Laboratories of clinical microbiology in Finland currently provide PCR tests e.g. for intestinal protozoa, Toxoplasma and Tr...

Exponential isothermal amplification of nucleic acids and amplified assays for proteins, cells, and enzyme activities.

Isothermal exponential amplification techniques, such as strand-displacement amplification (SDA), rolling circle amplification (RCA), loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP), nucleic acid sequence-based amplification (NASBA), helicase-dependent amplification (HDA), and recombinase polymerase amplification (RPA), have great potential for on-site, point-of-care, and in-situ assay applications. These amplification techniques eliminate the need for temperature cycling required for polymerase chain reactio...

Development and evaluation of a rapid nucleic acid amplification method to detect influenza A and B viruses in human respiratory specimens.

Isothermal nucleic acid amplification methods can potentially shorten the amount of time required to diagnose influenza. We developed and evaluated a novel isothermal nucleic acid amplification method, RT-SIBA to rapidly detect and differentiate between influenza A and B viruses in a single reaction tube. The performance of the RT-SIBA Influenza assay was compared with two established RT-PCR methods. The sensitivities of the RT-SIBA, RealStar RT-PCR, and CDC RT-PCR assays for the detection of influenza A an...

Pelvic inflammatory disease risk following negative results from chlamydia nucleic acid amplification tests (NAATs) versus non-NAATs in Denmark: A retrospective cohort.

Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (NAATs) are the recommended test type for diagnosing Chlamydia trachomatis (chlamydia). However, less sensitive diagnostic methods-including direct immunofluorescence (IF) and enzyme-linked immunoassay (ELISA)-remain in use in lower resourced settings. We estimate the risk of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) following undiagnosed infection in women tested with non-NAATs and estimate the health gain from using accurate diagnostic tests.

Converting pyrophosphate generated during loop mediated isothermal amplification to ATP: Application to electrochemical detection of Nosema bombycis genomic DNA PTP1.

Traditionally, genomic DNA detection is relay on a rigorous DNA amplification process, which always accompanied with complicated gel electrophoresis or expensive fluorescence detection methods. In this work, we have translated genomic DNA detection into adenosine triphosphate (ATP) test based on a split aptamer-based electrochemical sandwich assay. The key characteristic of our method are list as follows: first, nucleic acid amplification of the target gene was performed by the use of a loop mediated isothe...

Nucleic acid-based electrochemical nanobiosensors.

The detection of biomarkers using sensitive and selective analytical devices is critically important for the early stage diagnosis and treatment of diseases. The synergy between the high specificity of nucleic acid recognition units and the great sensitivity of electrochemical signal transductions has already shown promise for the development of efficient biosensing platforms. Yet nucleic-acid based electrochemical biosensors often rely on target amplification strategies (e.g., polymerase chain reactions) t...

Nucleic Acid Amplification Test For Detection Of West Nile Virus Infection In Pakistani Blood Donors.

The study was planned to determine the presence of West Nile Virus (WNV) infection in Pakistani blood donors, using Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAT).

One-Step Nucleic Acid Amplification (OSNA): A fast molecular test based on CK19 mRNA concentration for assessment of lymph-nodes metastases in early stage endometrial cancer.

The aim of the current study is to evaluate the detection rate of micro- and macro-metastases of the One-Step Nucleic Acid Amplification (OSNA) compared to frozen section examination and subsequent ultra-staging examination in early stage endometrial cancer (EC).

A Comparison of Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction Assays for the Detection of Antimicrobial Resistance Markers and Sequence Typing From Clinical Nucleic Acid Amplification Test Samples and Matched Neisseria gonorrhoeae Culture.

Real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assays to detect antimicrobial resistance-associated mutations were tested on Neisseria gonorrhoeae-positive clinical samples with matched isolates. Of the nucleic acid amplification tests/cultures, 87.7% (64/73), 98.6% (72/73), and 98.4% (62/63) predicted cephalosporin, ciprofloxacin, and azithromycin susceptibilities, respectively. N. gonorrhoeae multiantigen sequence type was correctly predicted for 98.7% (79/80), and 13 of 58 N. gonorrhoeae-negative specimens sh...

Visual Detection of Multiple Nucleic Acids in a Capillary Array.

Multi-target, short time, and resource-affordable methodologies for the detection of multiple nucleic acids in a single, easy to operate test are urgently needed in disease diagnosis, microbial monitoring, genetically modified organism (GMO) detection, and forensic analysis. We have previously described the platform called CALM (Capillary Array-based Loop-mediated isothermal amplification for Multiplex visual detection of nucleic acids). Herein, we describe improved fabrication and performance processes for...

Nanoparticle Counting by Microscopic Digital Detection: Selective Quantitative Analysis of Exosomes via Surface-Anchored Nucleic Acid Amplification.

Exosomes are nanosized vesicles with a lipid bilayer membrane secreted by cells with protein and nucleic acid contents. Here, we present the first method for the selective and quantitative analysis of exosomes by digital detection integrated with nucleic acid-based amplification in a microchip. An external biocompatible anchor molecule conjugated with DNA oligonucleotides was anchored in the lipid bilayer membrane of exosomes via surface self-assembly for total exosome analysis. Then, specific antibody-DNA ...

RPA using a multiplexed cartridge for low cost point of care diagnostics in the field.

A point of care device utilising Lab-on-a-Chip technologies that is applicable for biological pathogens was designed, fabricated and tested showing sample in to answer out capabilities. The purpose of the design was to develop a cartridge with the capability to perform nucleic acid extraction and purification from a sample using a chitosan membrane at an acidic pH. Waste was stored within the cartridge with the use of sodium polyacrylate to solidify or gelate the sample in a single chamber. Nucleic acid elu...

The current landscape of nucleic acid tests for filovirus detection.

Nucleic acid testing (NAT) for pathogenic filoviruses plays a key role in surveillance and to control the spread of infection. As they share clinical features with other pathogens, the initial spread of these viruses can be misdiagnosed. Tests that can identify a pathogen in the initial stages of infection are essential to control outbreaks. Since the Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in 2014-2016 several tests have been developed that are faster than previous tests and more suited for field use. Furthermo...

Nucleic acid aptamer-based methods for diagnosis of infections.

Infectious diseases are a serious global problem, which not only take an enormous human toll but also incur tremendous economic losses. In combating infectious diseases, rapid and accurate diagnostic tests are required for pathogen identification at the point of care (POC). In this review, investigations of diagnostic strategies for infectious diseases that are based on aptamers, especially nucleic acid aptamers, oligonucleotides that have high affinities and specificities toward their targets, are describe...

DNAzyme Feedback Amplification: Relaying Molecular Recognition to Exponential DNA Amplification.

Technologies capable of linking DNA amplification to molecular recognition are very desirable for ultrasensitive biosensing applications. We have developed a simple but powerful isothermal DNA amplification method, termed DNAzyme feedback amplification (DFA), that is capable of relaying molecular recognition to exponential DNA amplification. The method incorporates both an RNA-cleaving DNAzyme (RCD) and rolling circle amplification (RCA) carried out by a special DNA polymerase using a circular DNA template....

The Drift in Molecular Testing for Influenza: Mutations Affecting Assay Performance.

Influenza is associated with rapid evolution due to lack of RNA polymerase proofreading, immunogenic selection and frequent rearrangement of gene segments. Evolutionary changes affecting the performance of diagnostic testing have long been recognized. Hence, it is not surprising that such challenges apply to nucleic acid amplification tests, even though they are designed to target highly conserved regions. Initially, case reports involved single isolates of A(H1N1)pdm09. Over the past four years, subtype H3...

The diagnostic value of one step nucleic acid amplification (OSNA) in differentiating lymph node metastasis of tumors: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

The aim of this study was clarify the diagnostic accuracy of one step nucleic acid amplification (OSNA) for differentiating metastatic lymph nodes from non-metastatic ones in patients with tumors (not including breast cancer).

Nucleic acid purification from plants, animals and microbes in under 30 seconds.

Nucleic acid amplification is a powerful molecular biology tool, although its use outside the modern laboratory environment is limited due to the relatively cumbersome methods required to extract nucleic acids from biological samples. To address this issue, we investigated a variety of materials for their suitability for nucleic acid capture and purification. We report here that untreated cellulose-based paper can rapidly capture nucleic acids within seconds and retain them during a single washing step, whi...

Detection of Hepatitis B Virus DNA among Chronic and potential Occult HBV patients in resource-limited settings by Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification assay.

Transmission of Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) usually occurs due to the transfusion of blood or blood products from chronic HBV (CHB) or occult HBV infected (OBI) patients. Besides serological tests e.g. HBsAg and anti-HBc (total), detection of HBV-DNA is necessary for the diagnosis of OBI patients. Different nucleic acid tests (NATs) including real-time-Polymerase Chain Reaction (qPCR) are used for the detect HBV-DNA. The NATs are expensive and require technical expertise which are barriers to introducing them i...

Enzyme-free Nucleic Acid Amplification Assay Using a Cellphone-Based Well Plate Fluorescence Reader.

Nucleic acids, DNA and RNA, provide important fingerprint information for various pathogens and have significant diag-nostic value; however, improved approaches are urgently needed to enable rapid detection of nucleic acids in simple point-of-care formats with high sensitivity and specificity. Here, we present a system that utilizes a series of toehold-triggered hy-bridization/displacement reactions that are designed to convert a given amount of RNA molecules (i.e., the analyte) into an amplified amount of ...

A Multiplexed RT-LAMP Assay for Detection of Group M HIV-1 in Plasma or Whole Blood.

Isothermal nucleic acid amplification techniques, such as reverse-transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification (RT-LAMP), exhibit characteristics that are suitable for the development of a rapid, low-cost NAT that can be used at the POC. For demonstration of utility for global use, studies are needed to validate the performance of RT-LAMP for the detection of divergent subtypes. In this study, we designed and evaluated multiplexed HIV-1 integrase RT-LAMP primers to detect subtypes within group M, al...

A nonenzymatic DNA nanomachine for biomolecular detection by target recycling of hairpin DNA cascade amplification.

Synthetic enzyme-free DNA nanomachine performs quasi-mechanical movements in response to external intervention, suggesting the promise of constructing sensitive and specific biosensors. Herein, a smart DNA nanomachine biosensor for biomolecule (such as nucleic acid, thrombin and adenosine) detection is developed by target-assisted enzyme-free hairpin DNA cascade amplifier. The whole DNA nanomachine system is constructed on gold nanoparticle which decorated with hundreds of locked hairpin substrate strands s...


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