Deterministic function computation with chemical reaction networks

@article{Chen2013DeterministicFC,
  title={Deterministic function computation with chemical reaction networks},
  author={H. Chen and David Doty and David Soloveichik},
  journal={Natural Computing},
  year={2013},
  volume={13},
  pages={517-534}
}
  • H. Chen, David Doty, David Soloveichik
  • Published 2013
  • Mathematics, Medicine, Computer Science
  • Natural Computing
  • Chemical reaction networks (CRNs) formally model chemistry in a well-mixed solution. CRNs are widely used to describe information processing occurring in natural cellular regulatory networks, and with upcoming advances in synthetic biology, CRNs are a promising language for the design of artificial molecular control circuitry. Nonetheless, despite the widespread use of CRNs in the natural sciences, the range of computational behaviors exhibited by CRNs is not well understood. CRNs have been… CONTINUE READING
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