Andreas Labahn

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Cells contain a multitude of different chemical reaction paths running simultaneously and without interference next to each other. This amazing feat is enabled by molecular recognition, the ability of biomolecules to form stable and specific complexes with each other and with their substrates. A better understanding of this process, i.e. of the kinetics,(More)
In this work, we approach the impact of dynamic and static disorder on DNA charge transfer from a theoretical and numerical perspective. Disordered or defect geometries are either realized via molecular dynamics simulations using a classical force field or by experimentally determined DNA bulge structures. We apply a chemically specific, atomically resolved(More)
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