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This is an example of the Wikipedia markup for an article showing all of the parts in bold where you will insert information from your articles. (Don’t really bold them in your article.) I am also showing a full record from Academic Search Complete.  This way you can see where to find each of the pieces.  If your article citation is missing any of the pieces, just delete that whole part.  For instance, if your article doesn’t have an issue number, take out | issue = 2.

<ref>{{Cite journal | last1 = Liu | first1 = W | last2 = Powles | first2 = T | doi = 10.2174/157018006775789676 | title = Cannabinoids: Do they have a Role in Cancer Therapy? | journal = Letters in Drug Design & Discovery | volume = 3 | issue = 2 | pages = 76-82 | year = 2006 }}</ref>

Title: Cannabinoids: Do they have a Role in Cancer Therapy?
Authors: Wai Man Liu
Powles, Thomas Bartholomew

Source: Letters in Drug Design & Discovery; Mar2006, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p76-82, 7p, 2 Diagrams, 1 Chart

Document Type: Article
Subject Terms:
*CANNABINOIDS
*CANNABIS
*GASTROINTESTINAL agents
*TUMORS
*NEOPLASTIC endocrine-like syndromes
*CANCER — Treatment
*CLINICAL trials
Author-Supplied Keywords:
CB1-receptor

cyclo-oxygenase 2
neuromodulation
phosphodiesterases
signal transduction pathways
Abstract: Cannabinoids, the active components of the cannabis plant, have merit as an anti-emetic and appetite stimulant in people with cancer. Recently, interest in cannabinoids has increased since reports that cannabinoids have anti-tumour activity. Although the mechanisms underlying these effects have yet to be fully elucidated, a broad spectrum of effects have been described, and cellular signalling pathways are known to be involved. There are currently two major cannabinoid receptors identified, whose roles in the activation of cell death remains controversial. Agonists to the type-2 receptor that do not have psychotropic effects have been used successfully in vitro, and we await the results of randomised trials using theses agents. The field of research into cannabinoids as anti-cancer agents is in its infancy, and more basic research is required before a good clinical agent can be realised. This article reviews the data currently available on this exciting group of potential anti-neoplastic agent. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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Author Affiliations: 1Department of Medical Oncology, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, UK
ISSN:15701808
DOI: 10.2174/157018006775789676
Accession Number:19718682
Database: Academic Search Complete

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