Biomolecular Information Processing: From Logic Systems to by Evgeny Katz

By Evgeny Katz

Content material:
Chapter 1 Biomolecular Computing: From Unconventional Computing to “Smart” Biosensors and Actuators – Editorial creation (pages 1–8): Prof. Dr. Evgeny Katz
Chapter 2 Peptide?Based Computation: Switches, Gates, and straightforward mathematics (pages 9–32): Zehavit Dadon, Manickasundaram Samiappan, Nathaniel Wagner, Nurit Ashkenasy and Gonen Ashkenasy
Chapter three Biomolecular Electronics and Protein?Based Optical Computing (pages 33–59): Jordan A. Greco, Nicole L. Wagner, Matthew J. Ranaghan, Sanguthevar Rajasekaran and Robert R. Birge
Chapter four Bioelectronic units managed by way of Enzyme?Based info Processing platforms (pages 61–80): Prof. Dr. Evgeny Katz
Chapter five Enzyme good judgment electronic Biosensors for Biomedical functions (pages 81–101): Prof. Dr. Evgeny Katz and Joseph Wang
Chapter 6 info safeguard purposes in accordance with Biomolecular platforms (pages 103–116): Guinevere Strack, Heather R. Luckarift, Glenn R. Johnson and Prof. Dr. Evgeny Katz
Chapter 7 Biocomputing: discover Its awareness and clever good judgment Detection (pages 117–131): Ming Zhou and Shaojun Dong
Chapter eight a few Experiments and versions in Molecular Computing and Robotics (pages 133–143): Milan N. Stojanovic and Darko Stefanovic
Chapter nine Biomolecular Finite Automata (pages 145–179): Tamar Ratner, Sivan Shoshani, Ron Piran and Ehud Keinan
Chapter 10 In Vivo details Processing utilizing RNA Interference (pages 181–198): Yaakov Benenson
Chapter eleven Biomolecular Computing structures (pages 199–223): Harish Chandran, Sudhanshu Garg, Nikhil Gopalkrishnan and John H. Reif
Chapter 12 Enumeration method of the research of Interacting Nucleic Acid Strands (pages 225–244): Satoshi Kobayashi and Takaya Kawakami
Chapter thirteen restrict Enzymes in Language iteration and Plasmid Computing (pages 245–263): Tom Head
Chapter 14 improvement of Bacteria?Based mobile Computing Circuits for Sensing and regulate in organic structures (pages 265–277): Michaela A. Teravest, Zhongjian Li and Largus T. Angenent
Chapter 15 The common sense of selection Making in Environmental micro organism (pages 279–302): Rafael Silva?Rocha, Javier Tamames and Victor de Lorenzo
Chapter sixteen Qualitative and Quantitative features of a version for procedures encouraged via the Functioning of the residing telephone (pages 303–321): Andrzej Ehrenfeucht, Jetty Kleijn, Maciej Koutny and Grzegorz Rozenberg
Chapter 17 Computational tools for Quantitative Submodel comparability (pages 323–346): Andrzej Mizera, Elena Czeizler and Ion Petre
Chapter 18 Conclusions and views (pages 347–350): Prof. Dr. Evgeny Katz

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1a), the diffusion-limited association is described by the rate constants a, , and ; the ligation step is described by the rate constants bijk ; and the dissociation is described by the rate constants ijk , djk , and fijk . The gi parameters in Eq. 1b) represent the rate constants of the background template-free ligation reactions. Such a system of reactants and templates, with autocatalysis and mutual cross-catalysis of various strengths, forms a molecular network. A productive network connection is evident by an efficient catalytic process leading to a template, while the interruption of a connection from one template to another corresponds to a very high value (greater by several orders of magnitude) for the specific dissociation constant .

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