DNA Computing: 9th International Workshop on DNA Based by Hee-Woong Lim, Hae-Man Jang, Sung-Mo Ha, Young-Gyu Chai,

By Hee-Woong Lim, Hae-Man Jang, Sung-Mo Ha, Young-Gyu Chai, Suk-In Yoo, Byoung-Tak Zhang (auth.), Junghuei Chen, John Reif (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the ninth overseas Workshop on DNA dependent pcs, DNA9, held in Madison, Wisconsin, united states in June 2003.

The 22 revised complete papers awarded have been rigorously chosen in the course of rounds of reviewing and development from first and foremost 60 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on new experiments and instruments, idea, computing device simulation and series layout, self-assembly and independent molecular computation, experimental ideas, and new computing models.

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Mauri and C. Ferretti Ben-Dor et al. [BKSY00]: Constraints : A–D (on DNA chips) They start from cyclic De Brujin sequences, and then a greedy algorithm select codewords (tags) on them. A paper on a similar problem, but with with an approach closer to that of molecular computing is [RDHS01]. Kaderali, Schliep [KS02]: The paper presents an interesting way to design of codes with good melting temperatures by using suffix trees. 6 Software Many papers make use of some in-house-developed software tools, see for instance [KS02] or the couple of complementary papers [D+02, D+02b].

A number of molecular logic functions are demonstrated in M-DNA by considering various chemical inputs, with the level of observed quenching serving as the observed output. Therefore M-DNA may have extraordinary potential for the development of nano-electronic devices. 1 Introduction The continued demand for increased speed and processing capabilities in microcomputers has led to a significant increase in research in the design of nano-electronic devices; in particular research into materials suitable for the manufacturing of nanoelectronic devices.

Chemical Switching and Molecular Logic in Fluorescent-Labeled M-DNA Shawn D. Wettig, Grant A. Bare, Ryan J. S. Skinner, and Jeremy S. ca Abstract. 5. 30 base pair linear duplexes were prepared with fluorescein attached to one end, and various electron acceptors at the other. Quenching of the fluorescence emission from fluorescein by the acceptor molecules was observed under conditions corresponding to M-DNA, but not for B-DNA. For the case of anthraquinone as the acceptor, the quenching, which is ascribed to an electron transfer process, was blocked by chemical reduction of anthraquinone to the dihydroanthraquinone which is not an electron acceptor.

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