Kottbus


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Kott·bus

 (kŏt′bəs, kôt′bo͝os′)
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Alfalfa sprouts and Salmonella Kottbus infection: a multistate outbreak following inadequate seed disinfection with heat and chlorine.
Alfalfa sprouts have been implicated in an outbreak of Salmonella Kottbus early last year, which affected 32 patients in the southwestern United States.
The California Department of Health confirmed the presence of Salmonella serotype Kottbus in a seed lot of sprouts implicated in an outbreak of the illness last year in California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado.
Synagogues were burned down at Stettin, Konstanz, Essen, Dusseldor Krefeld, Kottbus, Brandenburg, Ofenburgh and Eberswalde among o ther towns.