DNA 17
17th International Conference on
DNA Computing and Molecular Programming

California Institute of Technology
Beckman Institute
Pasadena, California, USA
September 19 - 23, 2011

See the call for papers for a description of each track.

Track A

  1. An Improved DNA-Sticker Addition Algorithm and Its Application to Logarithmic Arithmetic.
    Mark Arnold.
  2. Graph-theoretic formalization of hybridization in DNA sticker complexes.
    Robert Brijder, Joris Gillis and Jan Van Den Bussche.
  3. Localized Hybridization Circuits.
    Harish Chandran, Nikhil Gopalkrishnan and John Reif.
  4. Less Haste, Less Waste: On Recycling and its Limits in Strand Displacement Systems.
    Anne Condon, Alan Hu, Jan Manuch and Chris Thachuk.
  5. One-Dimensional Staged Self-Assembly.
    Erik D. Demaine, Sarah Eisenstat, Mashhood Ishaque and Andrew Winslow.
  6. Computing maximal Kleene closures that are embeddable in a given constrained DNA language.
    Stavros Konstantinidis and Nicolae Santean.
  7. Modelling, simulating and verifying Turing-powerful strand displacement systems.
    Matthew R. Lakin and Andrew Phillips.
  8. Synthesizing Small and Reliable Tile Sets for Patterned DNA Self-Assembly.
    Tuomo Lempiäinen, Eugen Czeizler and Pekka Orponen.
  9. Multivalent Random Walkers -- A Model for Deoxyribozyme Walkers.
    Mark Olah and Darko Stefanovic.
  10. Exact Shapes and Turing Universality at Temperature 1 with a Single Negative Glue.
    Matthew Patitz, Robert Schweller and Scott Summers.
  11. Autonomous resolution based on DNA strand displacement.
    Inaki Sainz De Murieta, Alfonso Rodriguez-Paton and Petr Sosik.
  12. Multiple Molecular Spiders With a Single Localized Source -- the One-Dimensional Case.
    Oleg Semenov, Mark Olah and Darko Stefanovic.

Track B

  1. Associative toehold activation: Expanding the architecture of DNA circuits with a small structural motif.
    Xi Chen.
  2. Nucleic Acid Logic Gates Made From Nicked Double-Stranded DNA.
    Yuan-Jyue Chen, Cezanne Camacho and Georg Seelig.
  3. Amorphous Computation with a DNA-based Edge Detector.
    Andrew Ellington, Xi Chen, Peter Allen and Steven Chirieleison.
  4. Theoretical Model of Substrate-Assisted Self-Assembly of DNA motif.
    Shogo Hamada and Satoshi Murata.
  5. Programmable DNA-Linked Nanoparticle Building Blocks to Self-Assemble Nanostructures with Arbitrary, Anisotropic Shapes in All Dimensions.
    Jin-Woo Kim, Jeong-Hwan Kim and Russell Deaton.
  6. Nanomechanical DNA Origami Devices as Single-Molecular Visual Detectors for Various Chemical/Biochemical Targets.
    Akinori Kuzuya, Sakai Yusuke, Takahiro Yamazaki and Makoto Komiyama.
  7. A toolbox to build time-responsive in vitro DNA networks.
    Kevin Montagne, Raphaël Plasson, Adrien Padirac, Teruo Fujii and Yannick Rondelez.
  8. A Cell-free Expression Toolbox: from elementary gene circuits to synthetic bacteriophages.
    Vincent Noireaux and Jonghyeon Shin.
  9. Hybridization Kinetics of Higher-Order DNA Assemblies.
    Andre Vidal Pinheiro, Jeanette Nangreave, Hao Yan and Yan Liu.
  10. Nucleic acid sequence design via efficient ensemble defect optimization.
    Brian Wolfe, Joseph Zadeh, Robert Dirks, Conrad Steenberg and Niles Pierce.
  11. Optimizing Nucleic Acid Hybridization Specificity.
    David Zhang, Sherry Xi Chen and Peng Yin.