Meat adulteration has recently become an issue of increasing public concern. In addition to posing a health risk to consumers with metabolic disorders or allergies, meat adulteration has triggered many economic and religious problems. Chicken meat is one of the eligible candidates for meat adulteration due to its low cost and ready availability.This study developed a loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) assay coupled with a lateral flow dipstick (LFD) to identify chicken in non-chicken products. , we optimized the amplification time and temperature to obtain the best result . This method is performed at a constant temperature in a water bath and complete in 1 hour. No precision instruments or equipment are needed. With a one-step reaction and easy operation, the testing cost is low. Whith high sensitive and specific, this method provide a valuable method for identifying chicken in non-chicken products. which meets the requirements of on-site inspection and detection.

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