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BLADBovine Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency
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BLADBioartificial Liver-Assisted Device
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Through this strategy defects frequency as BLAD and CVM that in the past were at high frequency has been diminished so that frequency of BLAD carriers from 5% in 1992 reached to 1.
As a genetic disease, BLAD cannot be spread to humans.
This disease hit cattle breeders particularly hard, because some of the most prolific Holstein bulls were found to have the recessive gene for BLAD, which could be transferred though semen.