Infrared characterization of the Guanine radical cation: finger printing DNA damage
Oxidation of DNA represents a major pathway of genetic mutation. We have applied infrared spectroscopy in 77 K glass with supporting density functional theory (DFT) calculations (EDF1/6-31+G*) to provide an IR signature of the guanine radical cation G+̇,
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