Sequence-independent and rapid long-range charge transfer through DNA.

@article{Kawai2009SequenceindependentAR,
  title={Sequence-independent and rapid long-range charge transfer through DNA.},
  author={Kiyohiko Kawai and Haruka Kodera and Yasuko Osakada and Tetsuro Majima},
  journal={Nature chemistry},
  year={2009},
  volume={1 2},
  pages={156-9}
}
Interest in using DNA as a building block for nanoelectronic sensors and devices stems from its efficient hole-conducting properties and the relative ease with which it can be organized into predictable nanometre-sized two- and three-dimensional structures. However, because a hole migrates along DNA through the highest occupied molecular orbital of the… CONTINUE READING