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AMA requires you to use abbreviated journal titles in your citations. You can search for the journal's abbreviation on the National Library of Medicine's website:
Reference Format for an digital journal article:
Note that references should be numbered and in order of appearance.
AuthorLastname FirstInitialMiddleInitial. Title in sentence case. Abbreviated Journal Title in Title Case. Year;volume(Issue#):PP-PP. doi: ##
Lai S, Molfino A, Testorio M, Perrotta AM, Currado A, Pintus G, Pietrucci D, Unida V, LaRocca R, Biocca S. Effect of low-protein diet and inulin on microbiota and clinical parameters in patients with chronic kidney disease. Nutrients. 2019; 11(12):3006. doi:10.3390/nu11123006
As reported in Lewis et al, Fogler Library is one resource for citation help at UMaine.1-3,5
This in-text citation tells us that the information in this sentence can be found in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 5th citations in the reference list.
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