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RAD Association Journal
In cancer research the radiation dose delivered to different organs presents a critical parameter for destroying the cancer cells' DNA, but the biochemical pathways that bring cells to death in many cases start at the cell membrane whose major part consists of lipid molecules. In our XPS and NEXAFS experiment, we exposed a monolayer lipid film supported on gold to a spatially and energetically well defined electron beam (20 eV), simulating the charged particle avalanche produced in the exposuredoi:10.21175/radj.2016.01.09 fatcat:nylgx5v3svaahcjvhgmfoowmku