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I'm asking this even if it seems to have been asked before, but not in the exact way I would need.

I'm using biblatex, and for some reasons (in beamer slides, actually), I need to make single bibliographic entries to appear in the main text, in addition to be added to the bibliography section.

In other words, usual citation commands should work as usual, but I'd need a command to typeset the bibliography item (authors, title, etc..), in the same way as it appears in the bibliography section, calling it by citation key.


This theorem has been proved in \cite{MyPaper98}:


which should place the usual citation reference along with the full bibliographic item below (sorry, I didn't draw a mockup), but possibly without re-printing the reference key again (for example without another [1] on the left).

Is this even possible?

marked as duplicate by moewe biblatex Aug 31 '16 at 14:34

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