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    Nucleic acid (NA) computation has been widely developed in the past years to solve kinds of logic and mathematic issues in both information technologies and biomedical analysis. However, the difficulty to integrate non-NA molecules limits its power as a universal platform for molecular computation. Here, we report a versatile prototype of hybridized computation integrated with both nucleic acids and non-NA molecules. Employing the conformationally controlled ligand converters, we demonstrate that non-NA molecules, including both small molecules and proteins, can be computed as nucleic acid strands to construct the circuitry with increased complexity and scalability, and can be even programmed to solve arithmetical calculations within the computational nucleic acid system. This study opens a new door for molecular computation in which all-NA circuits can be expanded with integration of various ligands, and meanwhile, ligands can be precisely programmed by the nuclei acid computation. © 2022 Wiley-VCH GmbH.


    Qiu-Long Zhang, Yang Wang, Liang-Liang Wang, Fan Xie, Ruo-Yue Wu, Xu-Yang Ma, Han Li, Yan Liu, Shunchun Yao, Liang Xu. Programming Non-Nucleic Acid Molecules into Computational Nucleic Acid Systems. Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English). 2023 Jan 09;62(2):e202214698

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    PMID: 36373715

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