# Higgs and dark matter physics in the type-II two-Higgs-doublet model inspired by E6 GUT

@article{Ko2015HiggsAD,
title={Higgs and dark matter physics in the type-II two-Higgs-doublet model inspired by E6 GUT},
author={Pyungwon Ko and Yuji Omura and Chaehyun Yu},
journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
year={2015},
volume={2015},
pages={1-29}
}
• Published 1 February 2015
• Physics
• Journal of High Energy Physics
A bstractWe study Higgs and dark matter physics in the type-II two-Higgs-doublet model (2HDM) with an extra U(1)H gauge symmetry, inspired by the E6 grand unified theory (GUT). From the viewpoint of the bottom-up approach, the additional U(1)H gauge symmetry plays a crucial role in avoiding the tree-level flavor changing neutral currents mediated by neutral Higgs bosons in general 2HDMs. In the model with U(1)H gauge symmetry, which has Type-II Yukawa couplings, we have to introduce additional…
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