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Conformation-driven computing: simulating the context-conformation-action loop

Conformation-driven computing: simulating the context-conformation-action loop
Conformation-driven computing: simulating the context-conformation-action loop
Function follows conformation in biological macromolecules. In general there are a number of possible conformational states. Which state is favored is determined by physiochemical context. The fudion of the features that comprise this context to form a particular conformational state is at the core of cellular control and biological information processing. We have developed a simulation system to investigate the information processing capabilities of networks of context-sensing macromolecules (to be illustrated by a simple example).
Molecular computing, biochemical simulation, control, adaption
791-794
Zauner, K.-P.
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Conrad, M.
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Zauner, K.-P.
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Conrad, M.
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Zauner, K.-P. and Conrad, M. (1998) Conformation-driven computing: simulating the context-conformation-action loop. Supramolecular Science, 5, 791-794.

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Function follows conformation in biological macromolecules. In general there are a number of possible conformational states. Which state is favored is determined by physiochemical context. The fudion of the features that comprise this context to form a particular conformational state is at the core of cellular control and biological information processing. We have developed a simulation system to investigate the information processing capabilities of networks of context-sensing macromolecules (to be illustrated by a simple example).

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Published date: 1998
Keywords: Molecular computing, biochemical simulation, control, adaption
Organisations: Agents, Interactions & Complexity

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/259152
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Author: K.-P. Zauner
Author: M. Conrad

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