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The area of DNA based computing is the study of using DNA strands as individual computers. It was started by Len Adleman's initial paper in Science in November 1994.
|On constructing a molecular computer
Leonard M. Adleman
|A DNA associative memory potentially larger than the brain
Eric B. Baum
|A universal molecular computer
|Breaking DES using a molecular computer
Dan Boneh, Christopher Dunworth, Richard J. Lipton
|Speeding up computations via molecular biology
Richard J. Lipton
|A DNA and restriction enzyme implementation of Turing machines
Paul Wilhelm Karl Rothemund
|DNA computers in vitro and vivo
Warren D. Smith
|Complexity of restricted and unrestricted models
of molecular computation
|On the computational power of DNA annealing and ligation