visceral botulism at dairy farms in schleswig holstein, germany - prevalence of clostridium botulinum in feces of cows, in animal feeds, in feces of the farmers, and in house dust.from 41 dairy farms in schleswig holstein, germany, 196 fecal specimens of diseased cows, 77 fecal specimens of farmers and family members from 26 of these farms, 35 animal feed specimens and 7 house dust specimens were investigated for clostridiumbotulinum and its antigens, respectively. four of the humans under study (one child, 8 month, and three adults) showed symptoms of infant/visceral botulism. specimens were cultivated in reinforced clostridial medium (rcm). c. botulinum antigens were de ...201122200452
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