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Other styles include a list of the citations, with complete bibliographical references, in an end section, sorted alphabetically by author.
This section is often called "References", "Bibliography", "Works cited" or "Works consulted".
Instead of being formatted according to MLA, APA, CSE, or Chicago style, these citations are formatted according to the database vendor's style.
It is up to you to take the source information you find in a library database (or elsewhere) and format it according to the citation style you are using.