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Actin filaments are conductive to ionic currents, mechanical and voltage solitons. These travelling localisations can be utilised to generate computing circuits from actin networks. The propagation of localisations on a single actin filament is experimentally unfeasible to control. Therefore, we consider excitation waves propagating on bundles of actin filaments. In computational experiments with a two-dimensional slice of an actin bundle network we show that by using an arbitrary arrangement of electrodes, it is possible to implement two-inputs-one-output circuits.


Andrew Adamatzky, Florian Huber, Jörg Schnauß. Computing on actin bundles network. Scientific reports. 2019 Nov 04;9(1):15887

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PMID: 31685834

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