Author’s Reply to Kitic: Comment on: “Association Between Exercise-Induced Hyperthermia and Intestinal Permeability: A Systematic Review”

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Pires, W., Wanner, S.P., Soares, D.D. et al. Author’s Reply to Kitic: Comment on: “Association Between Exercise-Induced Hyperthermia and Intestinal Permeability: A Systematic Review”. Sports Med 48, 2887–2889 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40279-018-0954-9

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