A sudden rise in liver enzyme levels is a significant indicator that the dog's liver is malfunctioning. A sudden escalation of enzymes can cause several debilitating symptoms which can worsen the health of the pet. Read on to know more about the causes, symptoms, and treatment for elevated liver enzymes in dogs...
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In dogs, certain diseases can lead to production of excess liver enzymes, causing considerable discomfort to the canine. Here is an overview of the causes and symptoms of elevated liver enzymes in dogs, and dietary changes that can help it to recover from this condition.
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Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum: synthesis of fatty acids and phospholipids; many cells have very little smooth ER, but it is abundant in hepatocytes; enzymes in the smooth ER of the liver also modify or detoxify hydrophobic chemicals such as pesticides, carcinogens by chemically converting them into more water-soluble, conjugated products that can be excreted from the body; high doses of such compounds results in a large proliferation of the smooth ER in liver cells