5 edition of DNA-Based Molecular Electronics found in the catalog.
September 28, 2004
by American Institute of Physics
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||116|
Molecular electronics uses molecular structures whose function involves discrete molecules, which are distinguished from organic thin film transistors that use bulk materials and bulk-effect electron transport. It provides a bottom-up way to produce . Masami hagiya, , From molecular computing to molecular programming, Book Series Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Publisher Springer Berlin/Heidelberg, Volume /, (Online), DOI /Cited by: 5.
Bacteriorhodopsin. Much of the research in biomolecular protein-based devices has focused on bacteriorhodopsin (Figure ), a protein discovered in the early s that has unique photophysical properties, as well as thermal and photochemical l selection has optimized bacteriorhodopsin for light-to-energy conversion, and the evolutionary process has . During the past decade, novel concepts have materialized into molecular electronics, synthetic biochemistry, DNA-based self-assembly, or manipulation of individual atoms via scanning tunneling microscopy.
DNA-based computer circuit comes to reality with molecular electronics Scientists have achieved the most significant breakthrough towards developing DNA-based electrical circuits. Molecular electronics, which uses molecules as building blocks for the fabrication of electronic components, was seen as the ultimate solution to the miniaturization. DNA Based Molecular Work were detected in the forests from the Pathankot locality. Besides, a morphovariant population within the diploid, having very large sized leaves was also recognized. Therefore, to understand the nature of the ploidy, whether allo- or auto, molecular level work using RAPD DNA marker was undertaken.
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Beyond being the repository of genetic information, DNA is playing an increasingly important role as a building block for molecular electronics. Its inherent structural and molecular recognition properties render it a leading candidate for molecular electronics applications.
The structural stability, diversity and programmability of DNA provide overwhelming freedom for the design Cited by: 9. from book Contemporary Computing: DNA Based Molecular Electronics and Its Applications.
AND gate and OR gate in this paper that can be used in DNA based molecular electronic devices. Repetitive peaks are also observed in current when gate voltage is varied, fixing source potential. In this paper the cytosine molecule is proposed as a switch, AND gate and OR gate in this paper that can be used in DNA based molecular electronic : Deep Kamal Kaur Randhawa, M.
Singh, Inderpreet Kaur, Lalit M. Bharadwaj. Get this from a library. DNA-based molecular electronics: International Symposium on DNA-Based Molecular Electronics: Jena, Germany, May [Wolfgang Fritzsche, Dr.; Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.; Institut für Physikalische Hochtechnologie.; Stiftung für Technologie, Innovation und Forschung Thüringen.; Fonds der Chemischen Industrie.
Porath D, Cuniberti G, Di Felice R. Charge transport in DNA-based devices. In: Schuster G, ed. Long Range Charge Transfer in DNA II. Topics in Current Chemistry, vol. Berlin: Springer, – Google ScholarCited by: 5. Get this from a library.
DNA-based molecular electronics: International Symposium on DNA-Based Molecular Electronics: Jena, Germany, May [Wolfgang Fritzsche, Dr.;].
DNA-based molecular junctions. Exercises -- Beyond electrical conductance: shot noise and thermal transport. Shot noise in atomic and molecular junctions. Heating and heat conduction. Thermoelectricity in molecular junctions -- Optical properties of current-carrying molecular junctions.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem. (, October 26). Breakthrough in molecular electronics paves way for new generation of DNA-based computer circuits. ScienceDaily.
Retrieved Ma from. DNA, for example, is an attractive candidate to realize molecular nanodevices because of its intrinsic functionalities like self-assembly, molecular recognition and replication. This review article discusses important patents and approaches that describe the design and realization of DNA based nanoelectronics using bottoms-up by: 3.
A novel conductive DNA-based nanomaterial, DNA-peptide wire, composed of a DNA core and a peripheral peptide layer, is presented. holds promise as a key element of the molecular electronics as. Thus, the story of self-assembled DNA-based structures for molecular electronics is not yet fully written.
Acknowledgements. Financial support from Academy of Finland (Project Nos. and ) is greatly acknowledged. V.L. thanks the Emil Aaltonen by: 4. Chem. Soc. All Publications/Website. OR SEARCH CITATIONS. DNA computing is a branch of computing which uses DNA, biochemistry, and molecular biology hardware, instead of the traditional silicon-based computer ch and development in this area concerns theory, experiments, and applications of DNA computing.
The term "molectronics" has sometimes been used, but this term has already been used for an. DNA‐based molecular typing and proteomic methods Identification and typing methods based on high‐throughput DNA sequencing Specific detection procedures and accreditation 7 Microbiological criteria Background to microbiological criteria and end‐product testing Besides the aforementioned properties that are most relevant to the derivation of DNA based materials for biological application, DNA also possesses a multitude of other properties, including electronic and magnetic ones, that are attractive for applications including DNA based molecular electronics (Berashevich & Chakraborty ).Author: Frank Xue Jiang, Bernard Yurke, Devendra Verma, Michelle Previtera, Rene Schloss, Noshir A.
Langrana. This book covers the emerging topic of DNA nanotechnology and DNA supramolecular chemistry in its broader sense. By taking DNA out of its biological role, this biomolecule has become a very versatile building block in materials chemistry, supramolecular chemistry and bio-nanotechnology.
Many novel structures have been realized in the past decade, which are now being used to. Novel DNA-Based Molecules and their Charge Transport Properties. Danny Porath. Institute of Chemistry and Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem,Israel.
@ Charge transport through molecular structures is interesting both scientifically and : Danny Porath.
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For online purchase, please visit us again. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the rapidly developing field of molecular electronics. It focuses on our present understanding of the electrical conduction in single-molecule circuits and provides a thorough introduction to the experimental techniques and.
DNA-based molecular circuits for diagnostics and therapeutics. View/ Open. CODREA-DISSERTATIONpdf (Mb) Date Author. Codrea, Vlad Alexandru. Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn.
Metadata Show full item record. Abstract.tinuing the work on DNA‐based molecular electronics. In parallel with DNA conductivity over the years, nucleic acids have been studied in thin film devices with good success.
The remaining section highlights DNA and nucleic acid thin films used in .DNA based Molecular Electronics SUBMITTED BY Prof. Rajiv Prakash (Principal Investigator) Professor School of Materials Science and Technology, Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 2 PROFORMA FOR SUBMISSION OF PROJECT PROPOSALS ON RESEARCH AND.