Integrating Molecular Computation and Material Production in an Artificial Subcellular Matrix

Harold Fellermann, Maik Hadorn, Eva Bönzli, Steen Rasmussen

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Living systems are unique in that they integrate molecular recognition and information processing with material production on the molecular scale. Pre- dominant locus of this integration is the cellular matrix, where a multitude of biochemical reactions proceed simultaneously in highly compartmentalized re- action compartments that interact and get delivered through vesicle trafficking.
The European Commission funded project MatchIT (Matrix for Chemical IT) aims at creating an artificial cellular matrix that seamlessly integrates infor- mation processing and material production in much the same way as its biological counterpart: the project employs addressable chemical containers (chemtainers) interfaced with electronic computers via mechano-electronic microfluidics.
Publikationsdato27. feb. 2012
Antal sider2
StatusUdgivet - 27. feb. 2012
Begivenhed1st Conference on Living Machines - Casa Milo, Barcelona, Spanien
Varighed: 9. jul. 201212. jul. 2012
Konferencens nummer: 1


Konference1st Conference on Living Machines
LokationCasa Milo

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