Adequate versus deep response to ursodeoxycholic acid in primary biliary cholangitis: To what extent and under what conditions is normal alkaline phosphatase level associated with complication-free survival gain?

Christophe Corpechot*, Sara Lemoinne, Pierre Antoine Soret, Bettina Hansen, Gideon Hirschfield, Aliya Gulamhusein, Aldo J. Montano-Loza, Ellina Lytvyak, Albert Pares, Ignasi Olivas, John E. Eaton, Karim T. Osman, Christoph Schramm, Marcial Sebode, Ansgar W. Lohse, George Dalekos, Nikolaos Gatselis, Frederik Nevens, Nora Cazzagon, Alessandra ZagoFrancesco Paolo Russo, Annarosa Floreani, Nadir Abbas, Palak Trivedi, Douglas Thorburn, Francesca Saffioti, Laszlo Barkai, Davide Roccarina, Vicenza Calvaruso, Anna Fichera, Adele Delamarre, Natalia Sobenko, Alejandra Maria Villamil, Esli Medina-Morales, Alan Bonder, Vilas Patwardhan, Cristina Rigamonti, Marco Carbone, Pietro Invernizzi, Laura Cristoferi, Adriaan Van Der Meer, Rozanne De Veer, Ehud Zigmond, Eyal Yehezkel, Andreas E. Kremer, Ansgar Deibel, Tony Bruns, Karsten Große, Aaron Wetten, Jessica Katharine Dyson, David Jones, Jérôme Dumortier, Georges Philippe Pageaux, Victor De Lédinghen, Olivier Chazouillères, Fabrice Carrat

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