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LAMP Green™ *50X DMSO Solution*

LAMP detection of BRCA1 in HeLa cells. 500 ng (Green), 50 ng (Blue), 5 ng (Orange), and NTC (Black) of gDNA in HeLa cells was used in LAMP reaction with LAMP Green™ fluorescent dye using ABI 7500 qPCR machine.
LAMP detection of BRCA1 in HeLa cells. 500 ng (Green), 50 ng (Blue), 5 ng (Orange), and NTC (Black) of gDNA in HeLa cells was used in LAMP reaction with LAMP Green™ fluorescent dye using ABI 7500 qPCR machine.
LAMP detection of BRCA1 in HeLa cells. 500 ng (Green), 50 ng (Blue), 5 ng (Orange), and NTC (Black) of gDNA in HeLa cells was used in LAMP reaction with LAMP Green™ fluorescent dye using ABI 7500 qPCR machine.
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Physical properties
Molecular weight578.73
Storage, safety and handling
H-phraseH303, H313, H333
Hazard symbolXN
Intended useResearch Use Only (RUO)
R-phraseR20, R21, R22
StorageFreeze (< -15 °C); Minimize light exposure


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Isothermal amplification methods provide detection of nucleic acid target sequence in a streamlined, exponential manner. The existing dyes that successfully detect the LAMP reaction are mostly based on the end point method using the colorimetric analysis. LAMP Green™ enables real-time fluorescence measurement of a LAMP reaction. The dye can be detected using the SYBR or FAM channel on common real-time PCR instruments. LAMP Green™ is compatible with the agarose gel electrophoresis, making it possible to run on a gel and analyze it by gel imager.

Example protocol


Table 1. 25 µL LAMP reaction mix.
ComponentsDNA/RNA target detectionNo Template Control (NTC)
LAMP master mix (2X)12.5 µL12.5 µL
LAMP primer mix (10X)2.5 µL2.5 µL
LAMP Green™ (50X)0.5 µL0.5 µL
Target DNA/RNAVaries0 µL
ddH2OVaries9.5 µL
Total Volume25 µL25 µL
The following protocol can be used as a guideline and should be optimized according to your experimental needs.
  1. Thaw all components to be used at room temperature and place on ice. Vortex briefly to mix and centrifuge to collect material.
  2. Prepare reaction mix as described in Table 1. Volumes are listed for 25 µL/LAMP reaction. Adjust volume accordingly as per use. If necessary, LAMP Green™ concentration can be optimized.
  3. Vortex reaction mix and centrifuge to collect material.
  4. Seal the reaction vessel.
  5. Incubate at 65°C for 30 minutes. If necessary, time can be extended (i.e., for low copy targets, challenging sample types, or reactions known to produce slower amplification times).
  6. If using with a qPCR machine, the signal can be read with either a SYBR or FAM filter in real-time. For microplate reader-based assays, measure the signal at Ex/Em = 490/525 nm (Cutoff = 515 nm).
  7. If reaction products will be analyzed after LAMP reaction is completed, then deactivate the enzyme by heating at >80°C for 5 minutes.
    Note     Deactivation can be performed for LAMP master mix provided by the manufacturer. LAMP Green™ is compatible with agarose gel electrophoresis, so samples can be analyzed on an agarose gel.


Common stock solution preparation

Table 1. Volume of DMSO needed to reconstitute specific mass of LAMP Green™ *50X DMSO Solution* to given concentration. Note that volume is only for preparing stock solution. Refer to sample experimental protocol for appropriate experimental/physiological buffers.

0.1 mg0.5 mg1 mg5 mg10 mg
1 mM172.792 µL863.961 µL1.728 mL8.64 mL17.279 mL
5 mM34.558 µL172.792 µL345.584 µL1.728 mL3.456 mL
10 mM17.279 µL86.396 µL172.792 µL863.961 µL1.728 mL

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Rapid and in-situ detection of fecal indicator bacteria in water using simple DNA extraction and portable loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) PCR methods.
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LAMP-PCR detection of ochratoxigenic Aspergillus species collected from peanut kernel.
Authors: Al-Sheikh, H M
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