Yıl: 2020 Cilt: 50 Sayı: 4 Sayfa Aralığı: 1069 - 1075 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.3906/sag-1910-6 İndeks Tarihi: 31-08-2020

Optimization of isothermal amplification method for Mycobacterium tuberculosis detection and visualization method for fieldwork

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Background/aim: Tuberculosis is still one of the most contagious diseases around the world. Key factors of tuberculosis control arerapid diagnostic, efficient treatment, and prevention of contamination by surveillance and monitoring. However, culture is the goldstandard method for laboratory diagnosis of tuberculosis; the results are several weeks to obtain. In order to prevent contaminationof tuberculosis, diagnosis must be made in short time and treatment should be started as soon as possible. The aim of this study is tooptimize the loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) method, which provides a much faster and more sensitive result thanthe polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method and allows the replication of target nucleic acid sequences under isothermal conditionswithout the need for laboratory infrastructure.Materials and methods: Sputum samples were homogenized with 5% trypsin solution in CaCl2 to obtain DNA. DNA was purifiedusing QIAGEN QIAamp DNA mini kit. LAMP primers were design using Primer explorer V5 program according to IS6110 gene ofMycobacterium tuberculosis. NEB Bst 3.0 DNA polymerase kit was used for LAMP reactions. Besides, LAMP reactions were comparedwith TaqMan based RT-PCR method using NEB’s Taq polymerase kit. Finally, for visualization of LAMP products, lateral flow dipsticksthat produced by Milenia Biotec, colorimetric 2X LAMP master mix that produced by NEB and 2% w/v agarose gel electrophoresismethods were used.Results: Optimum amplification temperature for LAMP was found to be 71.4 °C. The detection limit of the method was 102 CFU/mLand sensitivity was determined 100% compared to five different Mycobacterium species.Conclusion: The current study indicated that the LAMP-LFD and colorimetric LAMP protocol optimized with sputum samples can bereliable used as a rapid, sensitive and specific assay in the diagnosis of tuberculosis in the field.
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Vancouver AGEL H,Sagcan H,CEYHAN I,DURMAZ R Optimization of isothermal amplification method for Mycobacterium tuberculosis detection and visualization method for fieldwork. Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences. 2020; 50(4): 1069 - 1075. 10.3906/sag-1910-6
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ISNAD AGEL, H.Esra vd. "Optimization of isothermal amplification method for Mycobacterium tuberculosis detection and visualization method for fieldwork". Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences 50/4 (2020), 1069-1075. https://doi.org/10.3906/sag-1910-6