ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS FEEDBACK AT z ∼ 2 AND THE MUTUAL EVOLUTION OF ACTIVE AND INACTIVE GALAXIES

@article{Cimatti2013ACTIVEGN,
  title={ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS FEEDBACK AT z ∼ 2 AND THE MUTUAL EVOLUTION OF ACTIVE AND INACTIVE GALAXIES},
  author={Andrea Cimatti and Marcella Brusa and Margherita Talia and Marco Mignoli and Giulia Rodighiero and Jaron Daniel Kurk and Paolo Cassata and Claire Halliday and Alvio Renzini and Emanuele Daddi},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Letters},
  year={2013},
  volume={779}
}
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