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Bacterial computing with engineered populations

Amos, M and Axmann, IM and Bluethgen, N and de la Cruz, F and Jaramillo, A and Rodriguez-Paton, A and Simmel, F (2015) Bacterial computing with engineered populations. Philosophical Transactions A. Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 373. ISSN 1364-503X

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Abstract

We describe strategies for the construction of bacterial computing platforms by describing a number of results from the recently completed bacterial computing with engineered populations project. In general, the implementation of such systems requires a framework containing various components such as intracellular circuits, single cell input/output and cell–cell interfacing, as well as extensive analysis. In this overview paper, we describe our approach to each of these, and suggest possible areas for future research.

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