Temperature Gradient-Based DNA Computing for Graph Problems with Weighted Edges

@inproceedings{Lee2002TemperatureGD,
  title={Temperature Gradient-Based DNA Computing for Graph Problems with Weighted Edges},
  author={Ji Youn Lee and Soo-Yong Shin and Sirk June Augh and Tai Hyun Park and Byoung-Tak Zhang},
  booktitle={DNA},
  year={2002}
}
We propose an encoding method of numerical data in DNA using temperature gradient. We introduce melting temperature (Tm) for this purpose. Melting temperature is a unique characteristic to manipulate the hybridization and denaturation processes that used in the key steps in DNA computing such as the solution generation step and the amplification step. DNA strands of lower melting temperature tend to denature with ease and also be easily amplified by slightly modified polymerase chain reaction… CONTINUE READING

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