Computing with biological switches and clocks

@inproceedings{Dalchau2018ComputingWB,
  title={Computing with biological switches and clocks},
  author={Neil Dalchau and Gregory Sz{\'e}p and Rosa D. Hernansaiz-Ballesteros and Chris P. Barnes and Luca Cardelli and Andrew Phillips and Attila Csik{\'a}sz-Nagy},
  booktitle={Natural Computing},
  year={2018}
}
The complex dynamics of biological systems is primarily driven by molecular interactions that underpin the regulatory networks of cells. These networks typically contain positive and negative feedback loops, which are responsible for switch-like and oscillatory dynamics, respectively. Many computing systems rely on switches and clocks as computational modules. While the combination of such modules in biological systems leads to a variety of dynamical behaviours, it is also driving development… CONTINUE READING
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