Lateral flow dipstick Las -LAMP evaluation. A. Lateral Flow Dipstick Las-LAMP procedure: LAMP reaction is performed using a biotinilated FIP primer. After 30 minutes of initial incubation at 65°C, a specific FITC-labelled probe is added to the reaction mixture and incubated for another 10 minutes at the same temperature. This step produces a dual labeled LAMP product. Finally, detection buffer containing Rabbit Anti-FITC antibodies coupled with colloidal gold is mixed with the reaction mixture, and the LFD strip is inserted into the tube. In a positive reaction, double labeled LAMP products migrates with the buffer flow and are retained at the Test Band by a biotin ligand. The gold coupled Anti-FICT antibody binds to the FITC molecule at the probe and a dark band develops over the time. In the case of a negative reaction no products are generated and such process does not have place. An Anti-Rabbit antibody at the Control Band retains some of the unbound gold-conjugated antibody and produces a Control Band that should be always visible. B. Evaluation of results using the Lateral Flow Dipstick device.