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"GBS PNA FISH provides rapid identification of S. agalactiae on smears made from Lim broth cultures obtained from vaginal and rectal swabs incubated overnight at 35-37°C. "Looks like this tech needs more than 4 hours, unlike the NNLX Quick test.
Does look complex, take a look at one of their test.http://www.advandx.com/uploads/documents/pna_fish__step_by_step_procedure_guide_pn1622b_small_file_size.pdf
Not sure if they are better but they have been busyhttp://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfPMN/pmn.cfm?start_search=121&Panel=&ProductCode=&KNumber=K&Model=&Applicant=&DeviceName=&Type=&ThirdPartyReviewed=off&ExpeditedReview=&Decision=&DecisionDateFrom=8%2F1%2F2003&DecisionDateTo=&IVDProducts=on&PAGENUM=10&SortColumn=Applicant%20DESC