Yuan-Jyue Chen

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Biological organisms use complex molecular networks to navigate their environment and regulate their internal state. The development of synthetic systems with similar capabilities could lead to applications such as smart therapeutics or fabrication methods based on self-organization. To achieve this, molecular control circuits need to be engineered to(More)
The programmability of Watson-Crick base pairing, combined with a decrease in the cost of synthesis, has made DNA a widely used material for the assembly of molecular structures and dynamic molecular devices. Working in cell-free settings, researchers in DNA nanotechnology have been able to scale up system complexity and quantitatively characterize reaction(More)
DNA strand displacement has been widely used for the design of molecular circuits, motors, and sensors in cell-free settings. Recently, it has been shown that this technology can also operate in biological environments, but capabilities remain limited. Here, we look to adapt strand displacement and exchange reactions to mammalian cells and report DNA(More)
To meet the linearity requirements of novel wireless communication standards using varying-envelope modulations, the class A power amplifier (PA) in the traditional transmitters must be highly backed off to work in the linear region where power efficiency drops rapidly. As for the PA linearization technique, linear amplifier with nonlinear components(More)
Linear amplifier with nonlinear components (LINC) is a power amplifier (PA) linearization technique which offers both high PA efficiency and high linearity of wireless transmitters. But at the output stage, LINC uses a power combiner which results in low system efficiency. To solve this problem, we propose a multilevel out-phasing (MOP) scheme and a(More)
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