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I'm using ShareLaTex and i have a citation "(Bleeker,2002 & references there in)" I want to cite like this in my PDF, I tried to search for a package to do this or manually edit \cite{Bleeker2002} but couldn't find anything related to it.

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    Welcome to TeX.SE. Please tell us if you use a citation management package, such as natbib or apacite. – Mico Aug 8 '17 at 9:36
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    As Mico mentioned, more information is needed. But a good guess would be to simply use the postnote for that. As in \cite[\& references therein]{Bleeker2002}. – gusbrs Aug 8 '17 at 10:35
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    To get also the brackets you could use \parencite[\& references therein]{Bleeker2002} for biblatex or using natbib: \citep[\& references therein]{Bleeker2002} – LukasCB Aug 8 '17 at 11:48
  • @Mico previously i was using package {Chicago} which didnt help me to do what i wanted now i have replaced it by natbib and used those commands mentioned by others here . Thanks for yours answers. – Mominate Peerzada Aug 8 '17 at 16:01
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    @gusbrs - Now that the OP has confirmed that natbib is in use, please post your comment as an answer. – Mico Aug 8 '17 at 17:02
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There really is no need for extra packages or other tweaks, the postnote of the regular citation commands should be enough. So, with the standard \cite you could:

\cite[\& references therein]{Bleeker2002}

Or, as LukasCB noted, if you also want the parentheses:

\citep[\& references therein]{Bleeker2002}

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