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Biocomputers Made From Cells Can Now Handle More Complex Logic

11:00 EDT 8 Aug 2017 | Sinngularityhub

When it comes to biomolecules, RNA doesn’t get a lot of love. Maybe you haven’t even heard of the silent workhorse. RNA is the cell’s de facto translator: like a game of telephone, RNA takes DNA’s genetic code to a cellular factory called ribosomes. There, the cell makes proteins based on RNA’s message. But RNA […]

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