Enzyme-based logic systems and their applications for novel multi-signal-responsive materials

  • Marcos Pita
  • Sergiy Minko
  • Evgeny Katz


Recent advances in biochemical logic systems and their integration with signal-responsive materials to yield “smart” hybrid systems are briefly outlined in the paper.


Input Signal Boolean Logic Logic Operation Logic Gate Gluconic Acid 
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This research was supported by the NSF grants “Signal-Responsive Hybrid Biomaterials with Built-in Boolean Logic” (DMR-0706209) and “Biochemical Computing: Experimental and Theoretical Development of Error Correction and Digitalization Concepts” (CCF-0 726698).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science and NanoBio Laboratory (NABLAB)Clarkson UniversityPotsdamUSA

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