2020 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Michael D. Sevilla spends much of his time researching Radical, Crystallography, Photochemistry, Electron paramagnetic resonance and Ion. His Radical research integrates issues from Inorganic chemistry, Deoxyribose and Nuclear chemistry. His Crystallography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hyperfine structure, Guanine, Computational chemistry, Density functional theory and Electron affinity.
His Photochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Thiol, Hydroxyl radical, Moiety, Oxygen and Aqueous solution. The Electron paramagnetic resonance study combines topics in areas such as Thymine, Resonance and Electron transfer. His work deals with themes such as Atomic physics and Analytical chemistry, which intersect with Ion.
Michael D. Sevilla focuses on Radical, Photochemistry, Electron paramagnetic resonance, Crystallography and DNA. The concepts of his Radical study are interwoven with issues in Medicinal chemistry, Guanine, Ion, Thymine and Aqueous solution. Michael D. Sevilla studied Thymine and Nucleobase that intersect with Molecule.
He focuses mostly in the field of Photochemistry, narrowing it down to matters related to Oxygen and, in some cases, Thiol. His study explores the link between Electron paramagnetic resonance and topics such as Electron transfer that cross with problems in Chemical physics. Michael D. Sevilla has included themes like Stereochemistry and Density functional theory in his Crystallography study.
His primary scientific interests are in Radical, Photochemistry, Density functional theory, Electron paramagnetic resonance and Crystallography. His studies in Radical integrate themes in fields like Thymine, DNA, Guanine, Excited state and Deprotonation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nucleobase, Medicinal chemistry, Hydroxyl radical, Protonation and Molecule.
His research in Density functional theory intersects with topics in Cytosine, Triplet state, Delocalized electron and Ionization energy. Michael D. Sevilla combines subjects such as Inorganic chemistry and Moiety with his study of Electron paramagnetic resonance. The various areas that Michael D. Sevilla examines in his Crystallography study include HOMO/LUMO, Ligand and Base.
His main research concerns Radical, Photochemistry, Density functional theory, Hydroxyl radical and Ionization. His research integrates issues of Inorganic chemistry, Electron paramagnetic resonance, Bond cleavage and DNA in his study of Radical. His research investigates the link between DNA and topics such as Proton-coupled electron transfer that cross with problems in Ion and Atomic physics.
His Photochemistry research incorporates themes from Medicinal chemistry, Excited state, Ionization energy, Deprotonation and Aqueous solution. Michael D. Sevilla has researched Density functional theory in several fields, including Triplet state, Guanine and Molecular orbital. His Hydroxyl radical research incorporates elements of Adduct and Nucleobase.
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The chemical consequences of radiation damage to DNA
David Becker;Michael D. Sevilla.
Advances in radiation biology (1993)
Ab initio molecular orbital calculations of DNA radical ions. 5. Scaling of calculated electron affinities and ionization potentials to experimental values
Michael D. Sevilla;Brent Besler;Anny-Odile Colson.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1995)
DFT Calculations of the Electron Affinities of Nucleic Acid Bases: Dealing with Negative Electron Affinities
Xifeng Li;and Zhongli Cai;Michael D. Sevilla.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2002)
Radiation-induced DNA damage as a function of hydration. I. Release of unaltered bases.
Steven G. Swarts;Michael D. Sevilla;David Becker;Christopher J. Tokar.
Radiation Research (1992)
Investigation of Proton Transfer within DNA Base Pair Anion and Cation Radicals by Density Functional Theory (DFT)
Xifeng Li;and Zhongli Cai;Michael D. Sevilla.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2001)
Ab initio molecular orbital calculations of DNA bases and their radical ions in various protonation states: evidence for proton transfer in GC base pair radical anions
Anny Odile Colson;Brent Besler;David M. Close;Michael D. Sevilla.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1992)
Relative abundances of primary ion radicals in .gamma.-irradiated DNA: cytosine vs. thymine anions and guanine vs. adenine cations
Michael D. Sevilla;David Becker;Mengyao Yan;Steven R. Summerfield.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1991)
Density Functional Theory Studies of Electron Interaction with DNA: Can Zero eV Electrons Induce Strand Breaks?
Xifeng Li;Michael D. Sevilla;Léon Sanche.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Elucidation of primary radiation damage in DNA through application of ab initio molecular orbital theory.
A.O. Colson;M.D. Sevilla.
International Journal of Radiation Biology (1995)
Proton-coupled electron transfer in DNA on formation of radiation-produced ion radicals.
Anil Kumar;Michael D. Sevilla.
Chemical Reviews (2010)
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