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タイトル: Observation of dissociative quasi-free electron attachment to nucleoside via excited anion radical in solution
著者: Ma, Jun
Kumar, Anil
Muroya, Yusa
Yamashita, Shinichi
Sakurai, Tsuneaki
Denisov, Sergey A.
Sevilla, Michael D.
Adhikary, Amitava
Seki, Shu
Mostafavi, Mehran
著者名の別形: 馬, 峻
室屋, 裕佐
山下, 真一
櫻井, 庸明
関, 修平
キーワード: Biophysical chemistry
Electron transfer
発行日: 9-Jan-2019
出版者: Springer Nature
誌名: Nature Communications
巻: 10
論文番号: 102
抄録: Damage to DNA via dissociative electron attachment has been well-studied in both the gas and condensed phases; however, understanding this process in bulk solution at a fundamental level is still a challenge. Here, we use a picosecond pulse of a high energy electron beam to generate electrons in liquid diethylene glycol and observe the electron attachment dynamics to ribothymidine at different stages of electron relaxation. Our transient spectroscopic results reveal that the quasi-free electron with energy near the conduction band effectively attaches to ribothymidine leading to a new absorbing species that is characterized in the UV-visible region. This species exhibits a nearly concentration-independent decay with a time constant of ~350 ps. From time-resolved studies under different conditions, combined with data analysis and theoretical calculations, we assign this intermediate to an excited anion radical that undergoes N1-C1′ glycosidic bond dissociation rather than relaxation to its ground state.
記述: 放射線がん治療におけるDNA切断反応を実時間で観測することに成功 --「熱い」電子が切断反応に果たす役割--. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2019-01-10.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/236009
DOI(出版社版): 10.1038/s41467-018-08005-z
関連リンク: http://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/ja/research/research_results/2018/190109_1.html
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