Algorithmic Self-Assembly of DNA

@inproceedings{Brody1998AlgorithmicSO,
  title={Algorithmic Self-Assembly of DNA},
  author={Carlos Brody and Maneesh Sahani},
  year={1998}
}
How can molecules compute? In his early studies of reversible computation, Bennett imagined an enzymatic Turing Machine which modified a hetero-polymer (such as DNA) to perform computation with asymptotically low energy expenditures. Adleman’s recent experimental demonstration of a DNA computation, using an entirely different approach, has led to a wealth of ideas for how to build DNA-based computers in the laboratory, whose energy efficiency, information density, and parallelism may have… CONTINUE READING

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