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2020ApJ...897...23F 70       D     X         2 51 ~ Kinematics of the Magellanic Stream and implications for its ionization. FOX A.J., FRAZER E.M., BLAND-HAWTHORN J., et al.
2020MNRAS.491.5881Y 20       D               1 120 ~ An extended size-luminosity relation for the reverberation-mapped AGNs: the role of the accretion rate. YU L.-M., ZHAO B.-X., BIAN W.-H., et al.
2020MNRAS.495..614P 120       D     X         3 49 ~ Determination of magnetic field strength on the event horizon of supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei. PIOTROVICH M.Y., MIKHAILOV A.G., BULIGA S.D., et al.
2019A&A...627A..20B 19       D               1 37 ~ A population of high-velocity absorption-line systems residing in the Local Group. BOUMA S.J.D., RICHTER P. and FECHNER C.
2019AJ....157..148G viz 19       D               2 185 ~ The blueshift of the C IV broad emission line in QSOs. GE X., ZHAO B.-X., BIAN W.-H., et al.
2019ApJ...870...84C 19       D               1 124 ~ Interpretation of departure from the broad-line region scaling in active galactic nuclei. CZERNY B., WANG J.-M., DU P., et al.
2019ApJ...871...35Z 19       D               2 144 ~ Revealing the Milky Way's hidden circumgalactic medium with the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph Quasar Database for Galactic Absorption Lines. ZHENG Y., PEEK J.E.G., PUTMAN M.E., et al.
2019ApJ...875...50B 112       D     X         3 65 ~ Calibrating Mg II-based black hole mass estimators with Hβ reverberation measurements. BAHK H., WOO J.-H. and PARK D.
2019ApJ...877...23L 19       D               1 73 ~ Supermassive black holes with high accretion rates in active galactic nuclei. X. Optical variability characteristics. LU K.-X., HUANG Y.-K., ZHANG Z.-X., et al.
2019ApJ...883..170M 19       D               3 119 ~ Can reverberation-measured quasars be used for cosmology? MARTINEZ-ALDAMA M.L., CZERNY B., KAWKA D., et al.
2019ApJ...886...33L 19       D               5 148 ~ Mid-IR variability and dust reverberation mapping of low-z quasars. I. Data, methods, and basic results. LYU J., RIEKE G.H. and SMITH P.S.
2019ApJ...886...37D 19       D               1 184 ~ Black hole spin and accretion disk magnetic field strength estimates for more than 750 active galactic nuclei and multiple galactic black holes. DALY R.A.
2019ApJ...886...42D 19       D               2 76 ~ The radius-luminosity relationship depends on optical spectra in active galactic nuclei. DU P. and WANG J.-M.
2019MNRAS.489.3351B 112       D       C       3 53 ~ The spectral energy distributions of active galactic nuclei. BROWN M.J.I., DUNCAN K.J., LANDT H., et al.
2019PASJ...71...25K 112       D         F     4 80 ~ The interplay between active galactic nuclei and star formation activities of type 1 active galactic nuclei probed by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon 3.3 μm emission feature with AKARI. KIM J.H., IM M., KIM D., et al.
2018ApJ...854..158S viz 197       D     X         5 88 6 On the gas content and efficiency of AGN feedback in low-redshift quasars. SHANGGUAN J., HO L.C. and XIE Y.
2018ApJ...862..118Z 18       D               1 12 4 The infrared emission and opening angle of the torus in quasars. ZHUANG M.-Y., HO L.C. and SHANGGUAN J.
2018ApJ...864..146B 18       D               4 38 1 Black hole-galaxy scaling relationships for active galactic nuclei with reverberation masses. BENTZ M.C. and MANNE-NICHOLAS E.
2018MNRAS.476.4965M 18       D               1 125 4 COS-Weak: probing the CGM using analogues of weak Mg II absorbers at z < 0.3. MUZAHID S., FONSECA G., ROBERTS A., et al.
2017A&A...598A..51R 46 8 Novel calibrations of virial black hole mass estimators in active galaxies based on X-ray luminosity and optical/near-infrared emission lines. RICCI F., LA FRANCA F., ONORI F., et al.
2017A&A...607A..48R viz 17       D               1 333 12 An HST/COS legacy survey of high-velocity ultraviolet absorption in the Milky Way's circumgalactic medium and the Local Group. RICHTER P., NUZA S.E., FOX A.J., et al.
2017ApJ...835...74I viz 17       D               1 606 20 The complete infrared view of active galactic nuclei from the 70 month Swift/BAT catalog. ICHIKAWA K., RICCI C., UEDA Y., et al.
2017ApJ...835..257L 235       D     X C       5 122 10 Dust-deficient Palomar-Green quasars and the diversity of AGN intrinsic IR emission. LYU J., RIEKE G.H. and SHI Y.
2017ApJ...839...93P 104       D     X         3 33 10 Extending the calibration of C IV-based single-epoch black hole mass estimators for active galactic nuclei. PARK D., BARTH A.J., WOO J.-H., et al.
2017ApJ...844..146C 17       D               1 45 ~ Methods of reverberation mapping. I. Time-lag determination by measures of randomness. CHELOUCHE D., POZO-NUNEZ F. and ZUCKER S.
2017ApJ...850...74K viz 17       D               2 648 22 BAT AGN Spectroscopic Survey. I. Spectral measurements, derived quantities, and AGN demographics. KOSS M., TRAKHTENBROT B., RICCI C., et al.
2017ApJS..228....6X 104       D       C       3 152 12 Silicate dust in active galactic nuclei. XIE Y., LI A. and HAO L.
2017ApJS..232...21K 44           X         1 200 2 Stellar photometric structures of the host galaxies of nearby Type 1 active galactic nuclei. KIM M., HO L.C., PENG C.Y., et al.
2017ApJS..233...17R viz 17       D               1 865 96 BAT AGN spectroscopic survey. V. X-ray properties of the Swift/BAT 70-month AGN catalog. RICCI C., TRAKHTENBROT B., KOSS M.J., et al.
2017MNRAS.471...59L viz 17       D               1 88 8 Intrinsic AGN SED & black hole growth in the Palomar-Green quasars. LANI C., NETZER H. and LUTZ D.
2017NatAs...1..775W 17       D               1 96 7 Tidally disrupted dusty clumps as the origin of broad emission lines in active galactic nuclei. WANG J.-M., DU P., BROTHERTON M.S., et al.
2016A&A...590A..68R viz 17       D               1 308 8 An HST/COS legacy survey of intervening Si III absorption in the extended gaseous halos of low-redshift galaxies. RICHTER P., WAKKER B.P., FECHNER C., et al.
2016A&A...591A.136L viz 60       D     X         2 419 33 The far-infrared emitting region in local galaxies and QSOs: Size and scaling relations. LUTZ D., BERTA S., CONTURSI A., et al.
2016ApJ...817..111D viz 17       D               2 88 71 An HST/COS survey of the low-redshift intergalactic medium. I. Survey, methodology, and overall results. DANFORTH C.W., KEENEY B.A., TILTON E.M., et al.
2016ApJ...818L..14D viz 17       D               2 63 8 The fundamental plane of the broad-line region in active galactic nuclei. DU P., WANG J.-M., HU C., et al.
2016ApJ...819..122Z 342           X C       7 16 21 Application of stochastic modeling to analysis of photometric reverberation mapping data. ZU Y., KOCHANEK C.S., KOZLOWSKI S., et al.
2016ApJ...819L..27Z viz 102       D       C       3 69 12 Distributions of quasar hosts on the galaxy main sequence plane. ZHANG Z., SHI Y., RIEKE G.H., et al.
2016ApJ...822..109A viz 17       D               1 152 33 The subarcsecond mid-infrared view of local active galactic nuclei. III. Polar dust emission. ASMUS D., HONIG S.F. and GANDHI P.
2016ApJ...831..134V viz 17       D               1 293 48 Unification of the fundamental plane and super massive black hole masses. VAN DEN BOSCH R.C.E.
2016MNRAS.459..257S 102       D         F     2 63 28 AGN are cooler than you think: the intrinsic far-IR emission from QSOs. SYMEONIDIS M., GIBLIN B.M., PAGE M.J., et al.
2016MNRAS.460..590F 17       D               1 58 6 On the connection between the metal-enriched intergalactic medium and galaxies: an O vi-galaxy cross-correlation study at z<1. FINN C.W., MORRIS S.L., TEJOS N., et al.
2016MNRAS.460.3679M 17       D               5 126 24 Are there reliable methods to estimate the nuclear orientation of Seyfert galaxies? MARIN F.
2016MNRAS.462..966G 17       D               1 212 2 The underlying driver for the C IV Baldwin effect in QSOs with 0 < z < 5. GE X., BIAN W.-H., JIANG X.-L., et al.
2015A&A...578A..74G viz 17       D               1 137 20 Nuclear obscuration in LINERs. Clues from Spitzer/IRS spectra on the Compton thickness and the existence of the dusty torus. GONZALEZ-MARTIN O., MASEGOSA J., MARQUEZ I., et al.
2015ApJ...799...91Y 17       D               1 81 7 On the anisotropy of nuclei mid-infrared radiation in nearby active galactic nuclei. YANG H., WANG J. and LIU T.
2015ApJ...803..109H viz 17       D               1 176 32 Resolving the AGN and host emission in the mid-infrared using a model-independent spectral decomposition. HERNAN-CABALLERO A., ALONSO-HERRERO A., HATZIMINAOGLOU E., et al.
2015ApJ...804...34H viz 17       D               1 356 22 Correlation between galaxy mergers and luminous active galactic nuclei. HONG J., IM M., KIM M., et al.
2015ApJ...804...79L viz 18       D               1 43 53 Evidence for a massive, extended circumgalactic medium around the Andromeda galaxy. LEHNER N., HOWK J.C. and WAKKER B.P.
2015ApJ...806...22D viz 59       D     X         2 61 53 Supermassive black holes with high accretion rates in active galactic nuclei. IV. Hβ time lags and implications for Super-Eddington accretion. DU P., HU C., LU K.-X., et al.
2015ApJ...809..123H 17       D               1 38 25 A revised calibration of the virial mass estimator for black holes in active galaxies based on single-epoch Hβ spectra. HO L.C. and KIM M.
2015ApJ...815...33R viz 17       D               1 814 27 A Hubble diagram for quasars. RISALITI G. and LUSSO E.
2015ApJS..216...17K viz 59       D     X         2 83 15 The AKARI 2.5-5.0 µm spectral atlas of Type-1 active galactic nuclei: black hole mass estimator, line ratio, and hot dust temperature. KIM D., IM M., KIM J.H., et al.
2015ApJS..219...22P 142       D     X         4 87 16 Herschel survey of the palomar-green QSOs at low redshift. PETRIC A.O., HO L.C., FLAGEY N.J.M., et al.
2015MNRAS.451.1290B 17       D               1 51 14 Bias in Civ-based quasar black hole mass scaling relationships from reverberation mapped samples. BROTHERTON M.S., RUNNOE J.C., SHANG Z., et al.
2015MNRAS.454..766A viz 17       D               2 261 60 The subarcsecond mid-infrared view of local active galactic nuclei - II. The mid-infrared-X-ray correlation. ASMUS D., GANDHI P., HONIG S.F., et al.
2014ApJ...783L..34C 141       D     X C       3 8 8 A tentative size-luminosity relation for the iron emission-line region in quasars. CHELOUCHE D., RAFTER S.E., COTLIER G.I., et al.
2014ApJ...787..147F 16       D               2 91 64 The COS/UVES absorption survey of the Magellanic Stream. III. Ionization, total mass, and inflow rate onto the Milky Way. FOX A.J., WAKKER B.P., BARGER K.A., et al.
2014ApJ...789...17H 141       D     X         4 44 58 The black hole mass scale of classical and pseudo bulges in active galaxies. HO L.C. and KIM M.
2014ApJ...793..108W viz 17       D               1 20 38 Supermassive black holes with high accretion rates in active galactic nuclei. II. The most luminous standard candles in the universe. WANG J.-M., DU P., HU C., et al.
2014ApJ...794...77F 16       D               2 49 14 Single-epoch black hole mass estimators for broad-line active galactic nuclei: recalibrating Hβ with a new approach. FENG H., SHEN Y. and LI H.
2014ApJS..214...23S viz 16       D               1 139 20 Infrared spectra and photometry of complete samples of palomar-green and two micron all sky survey quasars. SHI Y., RIEKE G.H., OGLE P.M., et al.
2014AstL...40..459P 82           X         2 27 1 Wavelength dependence of polarization and physical mechanisms of magnetic field generation in accretion disks around supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei. PIOTROVICH M.Y., GNEDIN Y.N., BULIGA S.D., et al.
2014MNRAS.438..217Y 963       D     X C F     22 12 10 Locating star-forming regions in quasar host galaxies. YOUNG J.E., ERACLEOUS M., SHEMMER O., et al.
2014MNRAS.439.1051L 99       D         F     3 33 7 Constraints on the outer radius of the broad emission line region of active galactic nuclei. LANDT H., WARD M.J., ELVIS M., et al.
2014MNRAS.439.1648A viz 140       D     X   F     3 257 83 The subarcsecond mid-infrared view of local active galactic nuclei - I. The N- and Q-band imaging atlas. ASMUS D., HONIG S.F., GANDHI P., et al.
2013A&A...549A..43H 505       D     X C       12 37 51 The properties of the extended warm ionised gas around low-redshift QSOs and the lack of extended high-velocity outflows. HUSEMANN B., WISOTZKI L., SANCHEZ S.F., et al.
2013A&A...549A.100K 16       D               1 24 22 The shape of broad-line profiles in active galactic nuclei. KOLLATSCHNY W. and ZETZL M.
2013ApJ...763...58S 16       D               2 70 17 The chemical properties of low-redshift QSOs. SHIN J., WOO J.-H., NAGAO T., et al.
2013ApJ...767..149B 24       D               3 46 375 The low-luminosity end of the radius-luminosity relationship for active galactic nuclei. BENTZ M.C., DENNEY K.D., GRIER C.J., et al.
2013ApJ...770...87P 17       D               2 41 46 Calibrating C-IV-based black hole mass estimators. PARK D., WOO J.-H., DENNEY K.D., et al.
2013ApJ...773...90G 221       D     X         6 34 95 Stellar velocity dispersion measurements in high-luminosity quasar hosts and implications for the AGN black hole mass scale. GRIER C.J., MARTINI P., WATSON L.C., et al.
2013ApJ...774...67T 16       D               3 45 12 Ultraviolet emission-line correlations in HST/COS spectra of active galactic nuclei: single-epoch black hole masses. TILTON E.M. and SHULL J.M.
2013ApJ...775...60D 16       D               2 47 42 C IV line-width anomalies: the perils of low signal-to-noise spectra. DENNEY K.D., POGGE R.W., ASSEF R.J., et al.
2013ApJ...779..110L 16       D               2 42 34 A bayesian approach to estimate the size and structure of the broad-line region in active galactic nuclei using reverberation mapping data. LI Y.-R., WANG J.-M., HO L.C., et al.
2013ApJ...779..187K 16       D               2 41 31 Active galactic nucleus black hole mass estimates in the era of time domain astronomy. KELLY B.C., TREU T., MALKAN M., et al.
2013ApJS..207...19B viz 16       D               1 1211 304 The 70 month Swift-BAT all-sky hard X-ray survey. BAUMGARTNER W.H., TUELLER J., MARKWARDT C.B., et al.
2013ChA&A..37...28X 16       D               2 117 1 The black hole masses and radio characteristics of radio quasars. XIONG D.-R., ZHANG X., ZHENG Y.-G., et al.
2013MNRAS.432..113L 97       D         F     6 23 16 A near-infrared relationship for estimating black hole masses in active galactic nuclei. LANDT H., WARD M.J., PETERSON B.M., et al.
2013MNRAS.435.2141Z 390     A     X   F     9 17 3 Optical spectral index-luminosity relation for the 17 mapped Palomar-Green quasars. ZHANG X.-G.
2012ARep...56..573G 16       D               1 15 6 Determining the spins of supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei based on spectropolarimetric observations. GNEDIN Yu.N., AFANASIEV V.L., BORISOV N.V., et al.
2012ApJ...747...62C 218       D S   X C       4 18 34 Photometric reverberation mapping of the broad emission line region in quasars. CHELOUCHE D. and DANIEL E.
2012ApJ...750...54M 16       D               1 82 15 Co-evolution of galaxies and central black holes: observational evidence on the trigger of AGN feedback. MATSUOKA Y.
2012ApJ...751...39K 41           X         1 19 26 A new sample of candidate intermediate-mass black holes selected by X-ray variability. KAMIZASA N., TERASHIMA Y. and AWAKI H.
2012ApJ...751...52E viz 16       D               1 4326 40 Reliable identifications of active galactic nuclei from the WISE, 2MASS, and ROSAT all-sky surveys. EDELSON R. and MALKAN M.
2012ApJ...753L...2A viz 16       D               1 34 13 The importance of broad emission line widths in single-epoch black hole mass estimates. ASSEF R.J., FRANK S., GRIER C.J., et al.
2012ApJ...761..184W viz 16       D               1 257 22 Infrared classification and luminosities for dusty active galactic nuclei and the most luminous quasars. WEEDMAN D., SARGSYAN L., LEBOUTEILLER V., et al.
2012MNRAS.419.3433J 16       D               4 56 1 Probing spectral properties of radio-quiet quasars searched for optical microvariability - II. JOSHI R., CHAND H., WIITA P.J., et al.
2012MNRAS.425.3172K 16       D               2 16 14 Magnetohydrodynamic stability of broad line region clouds. KRAUSE M., SCHARTMANN M. and BURKERT A.
2012MNRAS.427..816H 16       D               1 52 8 Automated measurement of redshifts from mid-infrared low-resolution spectroscopy. HERNAN-CABALLERO A.
2012MmSAI..83..146H 16       D               1 36 3 The origin of the broad line region in active galactic nuclei. HRYNIEWICZ K. and CZERNY B.
2011A&A...525L...8C 17       D               1 34 86 The origin of the broad line region in active galactic nuclei. CZERNY B. and HRYNIEWICZ K.
2011ApJ...728...98D 16       D               1 81 159 The radiative efficiency of accretion flows in individual active galactic nuclei. DAVIS S.W. and LAOR A.
2011ApJ...735...80Z 18       D               2 34 147 An alternative approach to measuring reverberation lags in active galactic nuclei. ZU Y., KOCHANEK C.S. and PETERSON B.M.
2011ApJ...740...91P viz 294       D     X         8 149 171 Probing the intergalactic medium/galaxy connection. V. On the origin of Lyα and O VI absorption at z < 0.2. PROCHASKA J.X., WEINER B., CHEN H.-W., et al.
2011ApJ...740...94D 16       D               2 85 33 A view of the narrow-line region in the infrared: active galactic nuclei with resolved fine-structure lines in the Spitzer archive. DASYRA K.M., HO L.C., NETZER H., et al.
2011ApJ...741..104Z 16       D               1 23 13 Evidence for the intermediate broad-line region of reverberation-mapped active galactic nucleus PG 0052+251. ZHANG X.-G.
2011ApJS..193...28P viz 453       D S   X C       10 1497 30 Probing the IGM/Galaxy connection. IV. The LCO/WFCCD galaxy survey of 20 fields surrounding UV-bright quasars. PROCHASKA J.X., WEINER B., CHEN H.-W., et al.
2011AstL...37..302A 24 21 Spectropolarimetric observations of active galactic nuclei with the 6-m BTA telescope. AFANASIEV V.L., BORISOV N.V., GNEDIN Yu.N., et al.
2011MNRAS.412.2211G 17       D               1 98 285 An expanded mbh–σ diagram, and a new calibration of active galactic nuclei masses. GRAHAM A.W., ONKEN C.A., ATHANASSOULA E., et al.
2011MNRAS.414..500H viz 16       D               1 743 42 An atlas of mid-infrared spectra of star-forming and active galaxies. HERNAN-CABALLERO A. and HATZIMINAOGLOU E.
2011MNRAS.417..184B 16       D               1 200 29 Is there really a dichotomy in active galactic nucleus jet power? BRODERICK J.W. and FENDER R.P.
2011Natur.470..366K 35 38 Broad-line active galactic nuclei rotate faster than narrow-line ones. KOLLATSCHNY W. and ZETZL M.
2011PASJ...63S.447I 95       D         F     3 51 23 Infrared 3-4µm spectroscopy of nearby PG QSOs and AGN-nuclear starburst connections in high-luminosity AGN populations. IMANISHI M., ICHIKAWA K., TAKEUCHI T., et al.
2010A&A...510A..48C viz 16       D               2 763 75 The Palermo Swift-BAT hard X-ray catalogue. II. Results after 39 months of sky survey. CUSUMANO G., LA PAROLA V., SEGRETO A., et al.
2010A&A...518A..10V viz 16       D               1 168913 373 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 13th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2010A&A...524A..64C viz 16       D               1 1295 127 The Palermo Swift-BAT hard X-ray catalogue. III. Results after 54 months of sky survey. CUSUMANO G., LA PAROLA V., SEGRETO A., et al.
2010AJ....139.1269D 51           X         1 3 77 Testing tests on active galactic nucleus microvariability. DE DIEGO J.A.
2010ApJ...708..868C viz 94       D     X         3 70 45 The last eight-billion years of intergalactic C IV evolution. COOKSEY K.L., THOM C., PROCHASKA J.X., et al.
2010ApJ...710...16Z 16       D               1 35 62 Calibrating the correlation between black hole mass and X-ray variability amplitude: X-ray only black hole mass estimates for active galactic nuclei and ultra-luminous X-ray sources. ZHOU X.-L., ZHANG S.-N., WANG D.-X., et al.
2010ApJ...711..461S 157           X C F     2 19 36 Long-term optical continuum color variability of nearby active galactic nuclei. SAKATA Y., MINEZAKI T., YOSHII Y., et al.
2010ApJ...723..409G 16       D               1 43 40 The Lick AGN monitoring project: alternate routes to a broad-line region radius. GREENE J.E., HOOD C.E., BARTH A.J., et al.
2010ApJ...725.2270P viz 16       D               2 438 59 The mid-infrared high-ionization lines from active galactic nuclei and star-forming galaxies. PEREIRA-SANTAELLA M., DIAMOND-STANIC A.M., ALONSO-HERRERO A., et al.
2010MNRAS.403.1246S 16       D               3 118 78 Enhanced star formation in narrow-line Seyfert 1 active galactic nuclei revealed by Spitzer. SANI E., LUTZ D., RISALITI G., et al.
2009A&A...493..907B 16       D               1 42 11 Quasar optical variability: searching for interband time delays. BACHEV R.S.
2009A&A...505..385A viz 16       D               1 99837 26 The large quasar reference frame (LQRF). An optical representation of the ICRS. ANDREI A.H., SOUCHAY J., ZACHARIAS N., et al.
2009AJ....138..845O viz 16       D               2 237 4 Photometric observations of selected, optically bright quasars for Space Interferometry Mission and other future celestial reference frames. OJHA R., ZACHARIAS N., HENNESSY G.S., et al.
2009ApJ...694L.166B 95       D     X         3 28 74 The black hole mass-bulge luminosity relationship for active galactic nuclei from reverberation mapping and Hubble space telescope imaging. BENTZ M.C., PETERSON B.M., POGGE R.W., et al.
2009ApJ...697..160B 370       D     X   F     9 36 278 The radius-luminosity relationship for active galactic nuclei: the effect of host-galaxy starlight on luminosity measurements. II. The full sample of reverberation-mapped AGNs. BENTZ M.C., PETERSON B.M., NETZER H., et al.
2009ApJ...698..895K viz 16       D               1 113 157 Are the variations in quasar optical flux driven by thermal fluctuations? KELLY B.C., BECHTOLD J. and SIEMIGINOWSKA A.
2009ApJ...701..587V viz 94       D         F     8 212 59 A deep Hubble space telescope H-band imaging survey of massive gas-rich mergers. II. The QUEST QSOs. VEILLEUX S., KIM D.-C., RUPKE D.S.N., et al.
2009ApJ...702..767W viz 16       D               1 280 20 Probing the origins of the CIV and FeKα Baldwin effects. WU J., VANDEN BERK D.E., BRANDT W.N., et al.
2009ApJ...705..298M 17       D               5 30 96 Dusty structure around Type-I active galactic nuclei: clumpy torus narrow-line region and near-nucleus hot dust. MOR R., NETZER H. and ELITZUR M.
2009ApJ...707.1334W 16       D               1 46 78 Estimating black hole masses in active galactic nuclei using the Mg II λ2800 emission line. WANG J.-G., DONG X.-B., WANG T.-G., et al.
2009ApJS..182..628V viz 16       D               1 110 218 Spitzer quasar and ULIRG evolution study (QUEST). IV. Comparison of 1 Jy ultraluminous infrared galaxies with Palomar-Green quasars. VEILLEUX S., RUPKE D.S.N., KIM D.-C., et al.
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