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Charge transport through DNA

  1. Jul 16, 2011 #1
    Hello all! Had anybody met papers where charge transfer was described (not along single DNA but between different single DNA in the double helix) ?
    The proton transfer in the hydrogen bond was described. Therefore this case is not interesting. It is interesting - is electron transfer possible through hydrogen bond or by another way (not through hydrogen bond) ? Also question - is proton transfer possible not through hydrogen bond but another way (not through hydrogen bond) ?

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