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Winfree, Erik, 1969- German National Library Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

Erik Winfree American computer scientist Wikidata

Erik Winfree informaticien américain ISNI

VIAF ID: 47988648 (Personal)


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Algorithmic Self-Assembly of DNA: Theoretical Motivations and 2D Assembly Experiments. Wikidata
A cargo-sorting DNA robot. Wikidata
Catalyzed relaxation of a metastable DNA fuel. Wikidata
Control of DNA strand displacement kinetics using toehold exchange. Wikidata
Design and characterization of programmable DNA nanotubes. Wikidata
Direct atomic force microscopy observation of DNA tile crystal growth at the single-molecule level. Wikidata
DNA as a universal substrate for chemical kinetics Wikidata
DNA based computers V, 2000: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
Dynamic allosteric control of noncovalent DNA catalysis reactions. Wikidata
Engineering entropy-driven reactions and networks catalyzed by DNA. Wikidata
Ensemble Bayesian analysis of bistability in a synthetic transcriptional switch. Wikidata
Enzyme-free nucleic acid logic circuits. Wikidata
Evolution as computation, 2000: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel
Molecular robots guided by prescriptive landscapes. Wikidata
Physical principles for DNA tile self-assembly. Wikidata
Robust self-replication of combinatorial information via crystal growth and scission. Wikidata
Robustness and modularity properties of a non-covalent DNA catalytic reaction Wikidata
Scaling up digital circuit computation with DNA strand displacement cascades. Wikidata
Self-assembly of carbon nanotubes into two-dimensional geometries using DNA origami templates. Wikidata
A simple DNA gate motif for synthesizing large-scale circuits. Wikidata
Synthesis of crystals with a programmable kinetic barrier to nucleation. Wikidata
Synthetic in vitro transcriptional oscillators. Wikidata
Timing molecular motion and production with a synthetic transcriptional clock. Wikidata
Toward reliable algorithmic self-assembly of DNA tiles: a fixed-width cellular automaton pattern. Wikidata
Two computational primitives for algorithmic self-assembly: copying and counting. Wikidata

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