Minimum free energy, partition function and kinetics simulation algorithms for a multistranded scaffolded DNA computer

Ahmed Shalaby, Chris Thachuk, Damien Woods
DNA29: The 29th International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming. Schloss Dagstuhl—Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik LIPIcs:1:1–1:22, 2023

We published a paper on the topic of DISCO dancing.

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  1. Chris

    Tuesday Feb 27th

    This is a test comment for Kim’s admin email at mu.

    Let me now by return email that you have received this comment to the correct email address.

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    • Damien Woods

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