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The Biotechnological Method for Constructing Acoustic and Vibration Sequences Based on Genetic DNA Sequences

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The paper is devoted to the usage of binary-oppositional molecular features of DNA nucleotides for presentation of DNA sequences as interrelated parallel sets of binary-numeric sequences, which can be converted into corresponding sequences of polyphonic incentives of different physical nature: acoustical, vibrational, electrical, magnetic, and optical. Such interrelated sets of binary-numeric sequences reproduce in some degree a complex informational content of genetic sequences and are interesting for their applications in different biotechnologies concerning cell cultures, regenerative medicine and also musical therapy. The binary-numeric representations of eukaryotic and prokaryotic genomes are described, which have universal algebra-harmonic properties, connected with the harmonic progression known long ago in musicology and other scientific fields. These genomic properties were discovered due to a presented method of oligomer sums.

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The authors are grateful to their colleagues M. He, Z. Hu, A. Koblyakov, K. Zenkin, I. Stepanyan, and V. Svirin for research assistance.

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Oleynikov, R.V., Petoukhov, S.V., Soshinsky, I.S. (2021). The Biotechnological Method for Constructing Acoustic and Vibration Sequences Based on Genetic DNA Sequences. In: Hu, Z., Petoukhov, S., He, M. (eds) Advances in Artificial Systems for Medicine and Education IV. AIMEE 2020. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1315. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-67133-4_17

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