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By Thomas Hinze, Uwe Hatnik, Monika Sturm (auth.), Nataša Jonoska, Nadrian C. Seeman (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the seventh foreign Workshop on DNA-Based pcs, DNA7, held in Tampa, Florida, united states, in June 2001.
The 26 revised complete papers offered including nine poster papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty four submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on experimental instruments, theoretical instruments, probabilistic computational versions, computing device simulation and series layout, algorithms, experimental recommendations, nano-tech units, biomimetic instruments, new computing types, and splicing platforms and membranes.

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Bioimaging 5, 116–128. 12. , Birch-Hirschfeld, E. and McCaskill, J. S. (2000) End-specific covalent photo-dependent immobilisation of synthetic DNA to paramagnetic beads. Nucleic Acids Research 28, e98, 1–6. 13. McCaskill, J. S. and Wagler, P. (2000) From reconfigurability to evolution in construction systems: spanning the electronic, microfuidic and biomolecular domains. In R. W. Hartenstein and H. ) FPL 2000, LNCS 1896, pp. 286299, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg. Cascadable Hybridisation Transfer of Specific DNA between Microreactor Selection Modules Robert Penchovsky and John S.

C. ): DNA7, LNCS 2340, pp. 23–32, 2002. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2002 24 Udo Feldkamp et al. for the selection of sequences with a given free energy. Frutos et al. developed a so-called template-map strategy to get a grand number of dissimilar sequences while having to design only a significantly smaller number of templates and maps [6]. They also use a Hamming-like dissimilarity with no shifts of the regarded sequences. Hartemink, Gifford and Khodor designed sequences for the programmed mutagenesis, which demands similar sequences with only a few mismatches [7].

3 DNA Sequence Generator The program DNASequenceGenerator is based on the metaphor of a pool of sequences that can be iteratively filled with sequences which meet the logical and physical requirements. The main window represents a pool of sequences (Fig. 3). The user can add, import, export and print sequences to and from it. , one might import sequences already available in the lab and add new sequences that are compatible to those in terms of uniqueness, melting temperature and GC-ratio. Fig. 3.

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