A Design of an Autonomous Molecule Loading/Transporting/Unloading System Using DNA Hybridization and Biomolecular Linear Motors

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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2042/6272
Title: A Design of an Autonomous Molecule Loading/Transporting/Unloading System Using DNA Hybridization and Biomolecular Linear Motors
Author: Isogawa, Y.; Suda, T.; Moritani, Y.; Hiyama, S.; Sutoh, K.
Abstract: Molecular communication, Autonomous molecular propagation system, Biomolecular linear motors, In vitro gliding assay, DNA hybridization, and Reversible loadingThis paper describes a design of a molecular propagation system in molecular communication. Molecular communication is a new communication paradigm where biological and artificially-created nanomachines communicate over a short distance using molecules. A molecular propagation system in molecular communication directionally transports molecules from a sender to a receiver. In the design described in this paper, protein filaments glide over immobilized motor proteins along preconfigured microlithographic tracks, and the gliding protein filaments carry and transport molecules from a sender to a receiver. In the design, DNA hybridization is used to load and unload the molecules onto and from the carriers at a sender and a receiver. In the design, loading/transporting/unloading processes are autonomous and require no external
Description: 75-80
Subject: Molecular communication, Autonomous molecular propagation system, Biomolecular linear motors, In vitro gliding assay, DNA hybridization, and Reversible loading
Publisher: TIMA Editions , Grenoble, France
Date: 2006

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