Book Volume 6937 2011

DNA Computing and Molecular Programming

17th International Conference, DNA 17, Pasadena, CA, USA, September 19-23, 2011. Proceedings


ISBN: 978-3-642-23637-2 (Print) 978-3-642-23638-9 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

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  2. Invited Talks

    1. Chapter

      Pages 1-20

      Cooperative Assembly Systems

    2. Chapter

      Pages 21-21

      The Computer Science of Molecular Programming

    3. Chapter

      Pages 22-31

      An Autonomous DNA Nanodevice Captures pH Maps of Living Cells in Culture and in Vivo

    4. Chapter

      Pages 32-32

      Cooperation in an All-RNA Network

    5. Chapter

      Pages 33-33

      Designer DNA Architectures for Bionanotechnology

  3. Contributed Papers

    1. Chapter

      Pages 34-48

      An Improved DNA-Sticker Addition Algorithm and Its Application to Logarithmic Arithmetic

    2. Chapter

      Pages 49-63

      Graph-Theoretic Formalization of Hybridization in DNA Sticker Complexes

    3. Chapter

      Pages 64-83

      Localized Hybridization Circuits

    4. Chapter

      Pages 84-99

      Less Haste, Less Waste: On Recycling and Its Limits in Strand Displacement Systems

    5. Chapter

      Pages 100-114

      One-Dimensional Staged Self-assembly

    6. Chapter

      Pages 115-129

      Computing Maximal Kleene Closures That Are Embeddable in a Given Constrained DNA Language

    7. Chapter

      Pages 130-144

      Modelling, Simulating and Verifying Turing-Powerful Strand Displacement Systems

    8. Chapter

      Pages 145-159

      Synthesizing Small and Reliable Tile Sets for Patterned DNA Self-assembly

    9. Chapter

      Pages 160-174

      Multivalent Random Walkers — A Model for Deoxyribozyme Walkers

    10. Chapter

      Pages 175-189

      Exact Shapes and Turing Universality at Temperature 1 with a Single Negative Glue

    11. Chapter

      Pages 190-203

      Autonomous Resolution Based on DNA Strand Displacement

    12. Chapter

      Pages 204-216

      Multiple Molecular Spiders with a Single Localized Source—The One-Dimensional Case

  4. Back Matter

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