Fleischer, J., & Tarasov, O. V. (1996). Calculation of Feynman diagrams with low thresholds from their small momentum expansion. *NUCLEAR PHYSICS B*, 295-300.

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Fleischer, J. & Tarasov, O.V. (1996). Calculation of Feynman diagrams with low thresholds from their small momentum expansion. (NUCLEAR PHYSICS B), 295-300. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV.

","ama":"Fleischer J, Tarasov OV. Calculation of Feynman diagrams with low thresholds from their small momentum expansion. Fleischer, Jochem, and Tarasov, OV. 1996. “Calculation of Feynman diagrams with low thresholds from their small momentum expansion.”, NUCLEAR PHYSICS B, , 295-300.

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