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Biocomputer and Memory Built Inside Living Bacteria

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The Ribocomputer: Loops and other shapes in RNA act as a series of logic gates that detect input RNA signals [red] to determine the protein output of a ribosome [purple].

Credit: Alexander Green

Scientists have come up with two clever new ways to harness the programming power of DNA in living bacterial cells.

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