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Computation can be performed in living cells by DNA-encoded circuits that process sensory information and control biological functions. Their construction is time-intensive, requiring manual part assembly and balancing of regulator expression. We describe a design environment, Cello, in which a user writes Verilog code that is automatically transformed into(More)
Curtis Madsen, Prashant Vaidyanathan, Cristian-Ioan Vasile, Rachael Ivison, Junmin Wang, Calin Belta, and Douglas Densmore Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Boston University, Boston, MA Division of Systems Engineering, Boston University, Boston, MA Graduate Program in Bioinformatics, Boston University, Boston, MA Biological Design Center,(More)
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