LAMPlify® – A System that is CE-marked
according to the LVD

Whether conducting genetic marker testing in a laboratory, during food and feed production, environmental and water testing, or monitoring agricultural production in the field, there is a need for fast, accurate, easy-to-use and highly portable solution for the detection of genetic markers.

Diagonal Bio achieved the important milestone of CE marking LAMPlify® at the beginning of the third quarter of 2023. The self-certification was carried out according to the Low Voltage Directive (LVD). This means that LAMPlify® meets the relevant requirements and standards set by the European Union (EU) directives and regulations. The CE mark enables Diagonal Bio to commercialize LAMPlify® in less regulated markets. For instance, LAMPlify® can be used as a tool in research laboratories within the agriculture and veterinary sectors, offering a fast, reliable, and cost-effective method for identifying genetic markers. LAMPlify® provides added value with faster results, accuracy in line with today’s PCR-based methods, and cost efficiency compared to the PCR-based methods used today. An intensive phase is now beginning for Diagonal Bio as we start marketing LAMPlify® to potential future clients, distributors and KOLs for testing and evaluation.

LAMPlify® can be used to identify the presence of specific genetic markers for, for example, fungi, viruses or bacteria. LAMPlify® unique ease of use, mobility and ability to quickly and accurately detect up to eight different genetic markers or up to eight individual samples in parallel, allows it to be used both in the field and in a laboratory environment.

Market potential for LAMPlify®

Among the markets that can be addressed with LAMPlify®, for example, general laboratory use can be mentioned, where PCR-based methods are used to identify genetic markers. The global market for PCR-based methods is valued at approximately USD 7.1 billion, and is expected to grow to USD 13.75 billion by 2028. Our goal is to position LAMPlify® in this market as a fast, reliable and cost-effective method to identify genetic markers1.