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Monitoring of biological systems
Biological systems need to be monitored in respect to disease diagnostic, to drug screening, to understand experimental systems, and to observe the environment. In line with this, a biocomputer has been utilized to detect multiple disease indicators, such as mRNA of disease-related genes associated with small-cell lung cancer and prostate cancer. Moreover, they can be used in experimental models, such as conditional transgenes or inducible expression systems. Environmental monitoring is another interesting application. A cell based biosensor using logic gates has been used to detect arsenic, mercury and copper ion levels. http://bit.ly/YI13bF
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Monitoring of biological systems by a biological microprocessor

Biological systems need to be monitored in respect to disease diagnostic, to drug screening, to understand experimental systems, and to observe the environment.

In line with this, a biocomputer has been utilized to detect multiple disease indicators, such as mRNA of disease-related genes associated with small-cell lung cancer and prostate cancer . Moreover, they can be used in experimental models, such as conditional transgenes or inducible expression systems. Environmental monitoring is another interesting application. A cell based biosensor using logic gates has been used to detect arsenic, mercury and copper ion levels.

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Potential applications of biological microprocessors

Control of biological systems
Biocomputers can potentially be used to control development, cell differentiation and re-programming, as all these processes depend on gene regulatory networks. Another application area is tissue engineering and tissue regeneration. Metabolic engineering has the potential to produce from simple, inexpensive starting materials a large number of chemicals that are currently derived from nonrenewable resources or limited natural resources. The metabolic flux can potentially be controlled by a biocomputer. Interesting might also be to control the immune system by a biocomputer, e.g. in transplantation medicine. An important application area is the control of malign growth. Some interesting experiments with logic based biological devices have been executed to detect cancer cells (e.g. small-cell lung cancer, prostate cancer, HeLa cells), and to induce selective apoptosis of these cells. Furthermore, biocomputers can be used to engineer context-dependent programmable drugs. A biocomputer with a context-sensing mechanism, which can simultaneously sense different types of molecules, has been engineered. In the future it might be used to detect a broad range of molecular disease symptoms, and react with the release of a drug molecule suitable for the treatment of the specific condition. In line with this concept a programmable NOR-based device has been developed capable of differentiating between prokaryotic cell strains based on their unique expression profile. http://bit.ly/YI13bF
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