IMAGE HIDING IN DNA SEQUENCE USING ARITHMETIC ENCODING
|Prof. Samir Kumar Bandyopadhyay1* and Mr. Suman Chakraborty
|Corresponding Author: Prof. Samir Kumar Bandyopadhyay, E-mail: [email protected]|
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Recently, biological techniques become more and more popular, as they are applied to many kinds of applications, authentication protocols, biochemistry, and cryptography. One of the most interesting biology techniques is deoxyribo nucleic acid and using it in such domains. Hiding secret data in deoxyribo nucleic acid becomes an important and interesting research topic. Some researchers hide the secret data in transcribed deoxyribo nucleic acid, translated ribo nucleic acid regions, or active coding segments where it doesn't mention to modify the original sequence, but others hide data in non-transcribed deoxyribo nucleic acid, non-translated ribo nucleic acid regions, or active coding segments. Unfortunately, these schemes either alter the functionalities or modify the original deoxyribo nucleic acid sequences. DNA has the ability to store large amount of digital data. This paper presents a method to hide an image in DNA sequence using arithmetic encoding.