The research analysis titled "Isothermal Nucleic Acid Amplification Technologies (INAAT)" discloses the promising trends in Nucleic acid testing and their applications in molecular diagnostics and laboratory research on a global scale. The World Health Organization (WHO) proposes that, an ideal diagnostic test that is suitable for developing countries, should be Affordable, Sensitive, Specific and User-friendly (simple to perform in a few steps with minimal training), Robust and rapid (results available in minutes), Equipment free and Deliverable to the end user (ASSURED). Nucleic acid amplification tests targeting pathogen markers have high sensitivity and specificity, but generally fail to meet the ASSURED guidelines in terms of affordability, rapidity, and being equipment free. However, INAAT has recently attracted the scientific community due to their operation in single temperature and distinct features by meeting the ASSURED guidelines. With fine-tunings in the amplification methodology, a variety of INAAT types are discovered each being independent, driving the diagnostic platform towards Point-Of-Care (POC) testing at low resource settings.