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AMA Style

A quick overview of how to use the American Medical Association (AMA) Style and examples of note and in-text citations and references for a variety of different sources.

Examples of Reference Number and References for Articles

Formatting of multiple authors follows the same format as books.
Bibliography: Words in journal titles are abbreviated according to the National Library of Medicine's Journal Abbreviations; Check the Quick Abbreviations Table for commonly used journal titles.
Include the DOI (Digital Object Identifier) when available. (Learn more about DOIs).