Consistency of WIMP Dark Matter as radiative neutrino mass messenger

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Merle, Alexander; Platscher, Moritz; Rojas, Nicolás; Valle, José W.F.; Vicente, Avelino;

The scotogenic scenario provides an attractive approach to both Dark Matter and neutrino mass generation, in which the same symmetry that stabilises Dark Matter also ensures the radiative seesaw origin of neutrino mass. However the simplest scenario may suffer from inco... View more
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