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[How can an electron induce oxidative damage in DNA in solution].

Actual Chim 2020 Apr;450:13-18

Professeur à l'Université Paris-Sud, responsable de l'équipe « Actes chimiques élémentaires en phase condensée » du Laboratoire de Chimie Physique (UMR 8000) et directeur adjoint scientifique au CNRS en charge des grands instruments de recherche à l'institut de Chimie (INC). Distingué par le Prix Chercheur Confirmé 2019, de la Division de Chimie Physique de la SCF.

DNA damage caused by the dissociative electron attachment (DEA) has been well-studied in the gas and solid phases. However, understanding of this process at the fundamental level in solution is still a challenge. The electrons, after losing their kinetic energy via ionization and excitation events, are thermalized and undergo a multistep hydration process with a time constant of ca. Read More

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