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The sensitivity will be as low as 50%). The presence of GBS in the maternal genital tract is the major determinant of both infection in the neonate and colonization of the newborn (10,12,14,15 and 16). Vertical transmission from mother to fetus occurs either via an ascending route in utero, most commonly with ruptured membrane (but occasionally with intact membranes), or by acquisition during passage through the birth canal intrapartum. The risk of transmission has been shown to range from 42% to 72% among neonates born to colonized mothers; approximately only 8% of infants born to noncolonized mothers become colonized (10,11,12 and 13).