Improved predictions for g-2 of the muon and \alpha_{\rm QED}(M_Z^2)

@article{Hagiwara2006ImprovedPF,
  title={Improved predictions for g-2 of the muon and \alpha\_\{\rm QED\}(M\_Z^2)},
  author={Kaoru Hagiwara and A D Martin and Daisuke Nomura and Thomas Teubner},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={2006}
}

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