You can, but it’s not good practice. It’s best to find the original article and quote directly from there.
For example, if you see a study you want to quote in a paper by Darbo:
The same genes are repeatedly implicated in intellectual disability (ID) ,
You should find and reference the original article that is identified by the . In this case, the article is Genome sequencing identifies major causes of severe intellectual disability. You can find the article by searching for the title using the library search.
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