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Bazin, M.; Ptasinka, S.; Bass, A. D; Sanche, L.; Burean, E. and Swiderek, P. (2010). Electron induced dissociation in the condensed-phase nitromethane: II. Desorption of neurtral fragments. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 22(8) pp. 1–9.

Mirsaleh-Kohan, N.; Bass, A. D.; Cloutier, P. and Sanche, L. (2010). Electron stimulated desorption of anions containing Oxygen and Nitrogen from self-assembled monolayers of DNA. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 204(1) pp. 1–7.

Zejun, Li; Cloutier, Pierre; Sanche, Léon and Wagner, J. Richard (2010). Low-energy electron-induced DNA damage: effect of base sequence in oligonucleotide trimers. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 132(15) pp. 5422–5427.


Mirsaleh-Kohan, Nasrin; Bass, Andrew D. and Sanche, Léon (2009). X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy analysis of gold surfaces after removal of thiolated DNA oligomers by ultraviolet/ozone treatment. Langmuir, 26(9) pp. 6508–6514.

Zheng, Yi and Sanche, Léon (2009). Gold nanoparticles enhance DNA damage induced by anti-cancer drugs and radiation. Radiation Research, 172(1) pp. 114–119.

Sanche, Léon (2009). Role of secondary low energy electrons in radiobiology and chemoradiation therapy of cancer. Chemical Physics Letters, 474(1-3) pp. 1–6.

Bazin, Marc; Ptasińska, Sylwia; Bass, Andrew D. and Sanche, Leon (2009). Electron induced dissociation in condensed-phase nitromethane I: desorption of ionic fragments. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 11(10) pp. 1610–1618. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Sanche, Léon (2009). Low-energy electron interaction with DNA: bond dissociation and formation of transient anions, radicals, and radical anions. In: Greenberg, Marc M. ed. Radical and Radical Ion Reactivity in Nucleic Acid Chemistry. Wiley Series of Reactive Intermediates in Chemistry and Biology. Hoboken, NJ, USA: John Wiley & Sons Inc., pp. 239–295.


Ptasinska, S.; Bass, A. D. and Sanche, L. (2008). Low energy electron attachment to condensed formic acid. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 115(1) 012018. file

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