Is the genetically engineered 'biological dual-core processor' really a pair of gates?

June 2019
Electronics Weekly;6/12/2019, Issue 2750, p15
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The article focuses on biological dual-core processor which is genetically engineered, by CRISPR-Cas9 technique to create the ability to build two independent two-input logic gates within the same cell.


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