Issue No. 01 - January (2009 vol. 42)
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Naren Ramakrishnan , Virginia Tech
Upinder S. Bhalla , National Centre for Biological Sciences, India
John J. Tyson , Virginia Tech
Protein-based computers are ripe for spectacular scientific advances because we know a great deal about these circuits' molecular components. But we are only beginning to understand how they process information and make decisions.
protein-based computers, computational biology, quantitative cell biology
N. Ramakrishnan, U. S. Bhalla and J. J. Tyson, "Computing with Proteins," in Computer, vol. 42, no. , pp. 47-56, 2009.