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Donor acceptor model of electron transfer through proteins


, : Donor acceptor model of electron transfer through proteins. Journal of Theoretical Biology 73(1): 29-50

The interaction of proteins with a polar solvent leads to the formation of electron donor groups in the proteins. The highest occupied level of these groups in situated near the bottom of the conduction energy band of protein. The transfer of an electron from the donor group through the conduction band of protein to the spatially removed acceptor group is considered including the possible relaxation processes.

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