Biological computers are a kind of biosensors which have emerged as an interdisciplinary field that draws together molecular bi-ology, chemistry, computer science and mathematics. The highly predictable hybridization chemistry of DNA is the ability to completely control the length and content of oligonucleotides and the wealth of enzymes available for modification of the DNA and make use of nu-cleic acids an attractive candidate for all of these nanoscale applications. These are mainly used for monitoring bodyâs activities by inducing therapeutic effects at molecular and cellular level. Biocomputing is one of the new fields in research which deals with computer science and biology but doesnât fit to both.
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Last date updated on July, 2014