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Stain is used for rapid, initial diagnosis of TB.
Automated systems are state-of-the-art for this method.
Performed in a class II biological safety cabinet (BSC).
Can be accomplished using a rapid method, such as nucleic acid amplification testing (NAAT), standard methods, or a combination of methods.