Autonomous programmable DNA nanorobotic devices using DNAzymes

  title={Autonomous programmable DNA nanorobotic devices using DNAzymes},
  author={John H. Reif and Sudheer Sahu},
  journal={Theor. Comput. Sci.},
A major challenge in nanoscience is the design of synthetic m olecular devices that run autonomously (that is, without externally mediated changes per work-cyc le) and areprogrammable(that is, their behavior can be modified without complete redesign of the device). DNA-based synthetic molecular devices have the advantage of being relatively simple to design and e ngin er, due to the predictable secondary structure of DNA nanostructures and the well-established b iochemistry used to manipulate… CONTINUE READING
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