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Ping-pong electron transfer through DNA.

Bibliographic reference Elias, Benjamin ; Genereux, Joseph C ; Barton, Jacqueline K. Ping-pong electron transfer through DNA.. In: Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English), Vol. 47, no. 47, p. 9067-70 (2008)
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  54. The A tract was chosen because of its resistance to inherent charge trapping. See
  55. Duplexes show higher melting temperature in the Ir band (365 nm) than in the DNA band (260 nm) by 9-10 °C. This indicates that the complex prevents the two end strands from separating. This observation is characteristic of a DNA complex containing an intercalated planar ligand and has already been observed in other systems. See
  56. Inosine is structurally similar to guanosine but has a higher oxidation potential. Therefore, if CPC is oxidized, a higher extent of decomposition is expected when CPC is base-paired to inosine rather than to guanosine, as less competition for hole formation is expected. No decomposition enhancement with inosine versus guanine indicates that a different process other than hole formation must be involved. See Refs. [11] and [13] for further discussion.