A computer scientist's guide to molecular biology
In this paper, we explain the basic structure and properties of both single- and double-stranded DNA in vivo (in living organisms). We also review the first in vitro (test tube) experiment that solved a mathematical problem, The Directed Hamiltonian Path Problem, by manipulating DNA strands. Lastly, we give a list of bio-operations that have so far been used in DNA computation.
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