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Resolving The Mystery Of The Elusive Peak: Negative Differential Resistance In Redox Proteins.
E. Mentovich, Bogdan Belgorodsky, S. Richter
Published 2011 · Chemistry, Medicine
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Vertical molecular transistors are used to explain the nonconformal electron transfer results obtained for redox proteins. The transport characteristics of a negative differential resistance peak as appears in the transport data of azurin and its nonredox derivative are explored. A correlation between the peak and its redox center is demonstrated.
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