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Beneficial effects of green coffee and green tea extract combination on metabolic syndrome improvement by affecting AMPK And PPAR-α gene expression

Lukitasari Mifetika, Nugroho Dwi Adi, Rohman Mohammad Saifur, Widodo Nashi, Farmawati Arta, Hastuti Pramudji

Year : 2020| Volume: 11| Issue : 2 | Page no: 81-85

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