A deep artificial neural network powered by enzymes

Molecular networks have been developed that can classify complex mixtures of DNA sequences that cannot be categorized by a single linear classifier. To do this, artificial ’neurons’ powered by enzymes are wired together to form an architecture that mimics the structure of a neural network.


Early Access: OCT 2022

By: Genot, Anthony J.; Gines, Guillaume



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