Chen, Junghuei

Nanotechnology: Science and Computation

Nanotechnology: Science and Computation


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Table of contents

Part I. DNA Nanotechnology — Algorithmic Self-assembly

1. Scaffolded DNA Origami: from Generalized Multicrossovers to Polygonal Networks
Paul W. K. Rothemund

2. A Fresh Look at DNA Nanotechnology
Zhaoxiang Deng, Yi Chen, Ye Tian, Chengde Mao

3. DNA Nanotechnology: an Evolving Field
Hao Yan, Yan Liu

4. Self-healing Tile Sets
Erik Winfree

5. Compact Error-Resilient Computational DNA Tilings
John H. Reif, Sudheer Sahu, Peng Yin

6. Forbidding—Enforcing Conditions in DNA Self-assembly of Graphs
Giuditta Franco, Nataša Jonoska

Part II. Codes for DNA Nanotechnology

7. Finding MFE Structures Formed by Nucleic Acid Strands in a Combinatorial Set
Mirela Andronescu, Anne Condon

8. Involution Solid Codes
Lila Kari, Kalpana Mahalingam

9. Test Tube Selection of Large Independent Sets of DNA Oligonucleotides
Russell Deaton, Junghuei Chen, Jin-Woo Kim, Max H. Garzon, David H. Wood

Part III. DNA Nanodevices

10. DNA-Based Motor Work at Bell Laboratories
Bernard Yurke

11. Nanoscale Molecular Transport by Synthetic DNA Machines
Jong-Shik Shin, Niles A. Pierce

Part IV. Electronics, Nanowire and DNA

12. A Supramolecular Approach to Metal Array Programming Using Artificial DNA
Mitsuhiko Shionoya

13. Multicomponent Assemblies Including Long DNA and Nanoparticles — An Answer for the Integration Problem?
Andreas Wolff, Andrea Csaki, Wolfgang Fritzsche

14. Molecular Electronics: from Physics to Computing
Yongqiang Xue, Mark A. Ratner

Part V. Other Bio-molecules in Self-assembly

15. Towards an Increase of the Hierarchy in the Construction of DNA-Based Nanostructures Through the Integration of Inorganic Materials
Bruno Samorì, Giampaolo Zuccheri, Anita Scipioni, Pasquale Santis

16. Adding Functionality to DNA Arrays: the Development of Semisynthetic DNA-Protein Conjugates
Christof M. Niemeyer

17. Bacterial Surface Layer Proteins: a Simple but Versatile Biological Self-assembly System in Nature
Dietmar Pum, Margit Sára, Bernhard Schuster, Uwe B. Sleytr

Part VI. Biomolecular Computational Models

18. Computing with Hairpins and Secondary Structures of DNA
Masami Hagiya, Satsuki Yaegashi1, Keiichiro Takahashi

19. Bottom-up Approach to Complex Molecular Behavior
Milan N. Stojanovic

20. Aqueous Computing: Writing on Molecules Dissolved in Water
Tom Head, Susannah Gal

Part VII. Computations Inspired by Cells

21. Turing Machines with Cells on the Tape
Francesco Bernardini, Marian Gheorghe, Natalio Krasnogor, Gheorghe PAun

22. Insights into a Biological Computer: Detangling Scrambled Genes in Ciliates
Andre R. O. Cavalcanti, Laura F. Landweber

23. Modelling Simple Operations for Gene Assembly
Tero Harju, Ion Petre, Grzegorz Rozenberg


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Keywords: COMPUTERS / Computer Science COM014000

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