DNA versus RNA - which shows higher electronic conduction?

@article{Aggarwal2020DNAVR,
  title={DNA versus RNA - which shows higher electronic conduction?},
  author={Abhishek Aggarwal and Saientan Bag and Ravindra Venkatramani and Manish Jain and Prabal Kumar Maiti},
  journal={Nanoscale},
  year={2020}
}
In this study, we compare the charge transport properties of multiple (double stranded) dsRNA sequences with corresponding dsDNA sequences. Recent studies have presented a contradictory picture of relative charge transport efficiencies in A-form DNA:RNA hybrids and dsDNA. Using a multiscale modelling framework, we compute conductance of dsDNA and dsRNA using Landauer formalism in coherent limit and Marcus-Hush theory in the incoherent limit. We find that dsDNA conducts better than dsRNA in both… 
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