Definition of biocomputing
- The 140 sequenced bacterial genomes and 1600 sequenced viral genomes, comprising potentially over 400,000 encoded proteins, already exceed by 10-fold the complexity of the human genome, which less than 3 years ago was seen as a major challenge for biocomputing.
- —Rino Rappuoli and Antonello Covacci, Science, 24 Oct. 2003
- Further variations in biocomputing use proteins instead of nucleic acids, or DNA hairpin formation …
- —Estonian Journal Of Engineering, June 2011