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Dr. Pecic joins NSF Collaborative Project: Molecular computing for the real world

Dr. Pecic joins an ongoing NSF project (Award Number:1518861) with University of New Mexico. In this project, molecular circuit architectures that process sensor inputs from chemical sensors and cell-surface analysis reactions will be designed, modeled, and implemented in the laboratory. This will require specific advances in the isolation of aptamers (DNA sequences that exhibit particular binding affinity to one or more target non-nucleic acid molecules) and in their integration into molecular computing systems. In this context, the aptamer will serve as an interface that allows a rationally-designed DNA-based molecular computing system to use small molecules as input signals. Furthermore,

Visiting students from FIU

Two graduate students, Haixiang Yu and Juan Canoura from the Prof. Xiao: Biosensing Lab at Florida International University, visited the lab in order to learn our in-house developed variation of SELEX.

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