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>Revistas >Annals of Hepatology >Año 2012, No. 3


Gutiérrez-Grobe Y, Chávez-Tapia N, Sánchez-Valle V, Gavilanes-Espinar JG, Ponciano-Rodríguez G, Uribe M, Méndez-Sánchez N
High coffee intake is associated with lower grade nonalcoholic fatty liver disease: the role of peripheral antioxidant activity
Ann Hepatol 2012; 11 (3)

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