Reply to: "regular coffee: a magic bullet or a naked gun? Regular coffee but not espresso drinking is protective against fibrosis in NAFLD".

Abstract

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DOI: 10.1016/j.jhep.2013.01.034

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@article{Anty2013ReplyT, title={Reply to: "regular coffee: a magic bullet or a naked gun? Regular coffee but not espresso drinking is protective against fibrosis in NAFLD".}, author={Rodolphe Anty and Sophie Marjoux and Antonio Iannelli and Alexandre Pariente and Albert Tran}, journal={Journal of hepatology}, year={2013}, volume={58 6}, pages={1265-6} }