Interaction of hydrogen peroxide molecules with non-specific DNA recognition sites

@article{Piatnytskyi2020InteractionOH,
  title={Interaction of hydrogen peroxide molecules with non-specific DNA recognition sites},
  author={Dmytro Piatnytskyi and Oleksiy O. Zdorevskyi and Sergey N. Volkov},
  journal={The European Physical Journal D},
  year={2020},
  volume={75},
  pages={1-9}
}
Ion beam therapy is one of the most progressive methods in cancer treatment. Studies of the water radiolysis process show that the most long-living species that occur in the medium of a biological cell under the action of ionizing irradiation are hydrogen peroxide ( $$\hbox {H}_2\hbox {O}_2$$ H 2 O 2 ) molecules. But the role of $$\hbox {H}_2\hbox {O}_2$$ H 2 O 2 molecules in the DNA deactivation of cancer cells in ion beam therapy has not been determined yet. In the present paper, the… 

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