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The cholesterol-raising diterpenes from coffee beans increase serum lipid transfer protein activity levels in humans

By A. van Tol, R. Urgert, R. de Jong-Caesar, T. van Gent, L. M. Scheek, B. de Roos and M.B. Katan
Publisher: Elsevier
Year: 1997
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