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Dynamical Minimal Flavour Violating Inverse Seesaw

  title={Dynamical Minimal Flavour Violating Inverse Seesaw},
  author={Fernando Arias-Arag'on and Enrique Fern'andez-Mart'inez and Manuel Gonz'alez-L'opez and L. Merlo},
The Inverse Seesaw mechanism is dynamically realised within the Minimal Lepton Flavour Violation context. Lepton number, whose breaking is spontaneously realised, is generalised to a global Abelian factor of the whole flavour symmetry, that also plays the role of the Peccei-Quinn symmetry. The associated Goldstone boson is a Majoraxion that solves the Strong CP problem and represents a Dark Matter candidate. Three distinct scenarios are identified in terms of flavour symmetry and transformation… 
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