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Katz, Evgeny (ed.)
Biomolecular Information Processing
From Logic Systems to Smart Sensors and Actuators

1. Edition July 2012
144.- Euro
2012. XX, 358 Pages, Hardcover
134 Fig. (16 Colored Fig.), 2 Tab. 
- Monograph -
ISBN 978-3-527-33228-1 - Wiley-VCH, Weinheim




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Biomolecular computing systems and their applications represent a rapidly developing research area that is covered here with contributions from major researchers in the field.

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Preface

BIOMOLECULAR COMPUTING: FROM UNCONVENTIONAL COMPUTING TO "SMART" BIOSENSORS AND ACTUATORS-EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION

PEPTIDE-BASED COMPUTATION: SWITCHES, GATES, AND SIMPLE ARITHMETIC
Introduction
Peptide-Based Replication Networks
Logic Gates within Ternary Networks Symmetry and Order Requirements for Constructing the Logic Gates
Taking the Steps toward More Complex Arithmetic
Experimental Logic Gates
Adaptive Networks
Peptide-Based Switches and Gates for Molecular Electronics
Summary and Conclusion

BIOMOLECULAR ELECTRONICS AND PROTEIN-BASED OPTICAL COMPUTING
Introduction
Biomolecular and Semiconductor Electronics
Bacteriorhodopsin as a Photonic and Holographic Material for Bioelectronics
Fourier Transform Holographic Associative Processors
Three-Dimensional Optical Memories
Genetic Engineering of Bacteriorhodopsin for Device Applications
Future Directions

BIOELECTRONIC DEVICES CONTROLLED BY ENZYME-BASED INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS
Introduction
Enzyme-Based Logic Systems Producing pH Changes as Output Signals
Interfacing of the Enzyme Logic Systems with Electrodes Modified with Signal-Responsive Polymers
Switchable Biofuel Cells Controlled by the Enzyme Logic Systems
Biomolecular Logic Systems Composed of Biocatalytic and Biorecognition Units and Their Integration with Biofuel Cells
Processing of Injury Biomarkers by Enzyme Logic Systems Associated with Switchable Electrodes
Summary and Outlook

ENZYME LOGIC DIGITAL BIOSENSORS FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS
Introduction
Enzyme-Based Logic Systems for Identification of Injury Conditions
Multiplexing of Injury Codes for the Parallel Operation of Enzyme Logic Gates
Scaling Up the Complexity of the Biocomputing Systems for Biomedical Applications - Mimicking Biochemical Pathways
Application of Filter Systems for Improving Digitalization of the Output Signals Generated by Enzyme Logic Systems for Injury Analysis
Conclusions and Perspectives

INFORMATION SECURITY APPLICATIONS BASED ON BIOMOLECULAR SYSTEMS
Introduction
Molecular and Bio-molecular Keypad Locks
Antibody Encryption and Steganography
Bio-barcode
Conclusion

BIOCOMPUTING: EXPLORE ITS REALIZATION AND INTELLIGENT LOGIC DETECTION
Introduction
DNA Biocomputing
Aptamer Biocomputing
Enzyme Biocomputing
Conclusions and Perspectives

SOME EXPERIMENTS AND MODELS IN MOLECULAR COMPUTING AND ROBOTICS
Introduction
From Gates to Programmable Automata
From Random Walker to Molecular Robotics
Conclusions

BIOMOLECULAR FINITE AUTOMATA
Introduction
Biomolecular Finite Automata Biomolecular Finite Transducer
Applications in Developmental Biology
Outlook

IN VIVO INFORMATION PROCESSING USING RNA INTERFERENCE
Introduction
RNA Interference-Based Logic
Building the Sensory Module
Outlook

BIOMOLECULAR COMPUTING SYSTEMS
Introduction
DNA as a Tool for Molecular Programming
Birth of DNA Computing: Adleman's Experiment and Extensions
Computation Using DNA Tiles
Experimental Advances in Purely Hybridization-Based Computation
Experimental Advances in Enzyme-Based DNA Computing
Biochemical DNA Reaction Networks
Conclusion: Challenges in DNA-Based Biomolecular Computation

ENUMERATION APPROACH TO THE ANALYSIS OF INTERACTING NUCLEIC ACID STRANDS
Introduction
Definitions and Notations for Set and Multiset
Chemical Equilibrium and Hybridization Reaction System
Symmetric Enumeration Method
Applying SEM to Nucleic Acid Strands Interaction
Conclusions

RESTRICTION ENZYMES IN LANGUAGE GENERATION AND PLASMID COMPUTING
Introduction
Wet Splicing Systems
Dry Splicing Systems
Splicing Theory: Its Original Motivation and Its Extensive Unforeseen Developments
Computing with Plasmids
Fluid Memory
Examples of Aqueous Computations
Final Comments about Computing with Biomolecules

DEVELOPMENT OF BACTERIA-BASED CELLULAR COMPUTING CIRCUITS FOR SENSING AND CONTROL IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
Introduction
Cellular Computing Circuits
Conclusion

THE LOGIC OF DECISION MAKING IN ENVIRONMENTAL BACTERIA
Introduction
Building Models for Biological Networks
Formulation and Simulation of Regulatory Networks
Boolean Analysis of Regulatory Networks
Boolean Description of m-xylene Biodegradation by P. putida mt-2: the TOL logicome
Conclusion and Outlook

QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE ASPECTS OF A MODEL FOR PROCESSES INSPIRED BY THE FUNCTIONING OF THE LIVING CELL
Introduction
Reactions
Reaction Systems
Examples
Reaction Systems with Measurements
Generalized Reactions
A Generic Quantitative Model
Approximations of Gene Expression Systems
Simulating Approximations by Reaction Systems
Discussion

COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR QUANTITATIVE SUBMODEL COMPARISON
Introduction
Methods for Model Decomposition
Methods for Submodel Comparison
Case Study
Discussion

CONCLUSIONS AND PERSPECTIVES

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