The lateral flow system is a strip that can detect the presence or absence of a target analyte (chemical or substance) in a sample. Generally, the lateral flow strip consists of three parts: interpretation area, immersion area, and solution absorption area.
Usually you can get the result within several miniutes
No professional equipment is required
100 fold higher than a EtBr stained agarose gel
Reducing labor and equipment costs
Build Your Lateral Flow System
Select Your Strips
Choose your lateral flow strips based on the types of the reporter. The reporter can be either amplification products or cleavage products.
Note: At SBS Genetech, we provide both lateral flow strips.
Design Your Process
Design the process to get the reporter. It can be started with either PCR or isothermal amplification. Then maybe followed by collateral cleavage induced by Cas nuclease.
Note: At SBS Genetech, we offer all components required in this process, including Cas12/13, dNTPs, primers, probes, gRNAs, polymerases, etc.
Assemble Your System
With all your components delivered, you can start to assemble your lateral flow system!
Lateral Flow System Products
Universal Lateral Flow Strips (50T)
Universal Lateral Flow Strips are ready-to-use, universal test strips (dipstick), which are based on lateral flow technology using gold particles. The strip is designed to develop rapid test systems for several analytes such as proteins, antibodies, or gene amplificons. The user needs to develop an analyte-specific solution, which contains a first detector (e.g. antibody, antigen, specific probe) labeled with FITC and a second one (e.g. antibody, primer) labeled with biotin. The strip should be placed directly into the sample solution. No assay buffer is required.
Cas12/13 Lateral Flow Strips use chromatographic double antibody sandwich method to detect the labeled probes of Cas12/13. Users only need to mark one end with biotin and the other end with FITC or 6-carboxyfluorescein (6-FAM) when designing the probes. This product can be used to detect the Cas digestion products after PCR or isothermal amplification of the target gene.