New scotogenic model of neutrino mass with U(1)D gauge interaction

@inproceedings{Ma2013NewSM,
  title={New scotogenic model of neutrino mass with U(1)D gauge interaction},
  author={Ernest Ma and Ivica Picek and Branimir Radov{\vc}i{\'c}},
  year={2013}
}
We propose a new realization of the one-loop radiative model of neutrino mass generated by dark matter (scotogenic), where the particles in the loop have an additional U(1)D gauge symmetry, which may be exact or broken to Z2. This model is relevant to a number of astrophysical observations, including AMS-02 and the dark matter distribution in dwarf galactic halos. 

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