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==Sequence Design==
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With our overall design in mind, we must design DNA sequences, down to the base level, which undergo the interactions that we desire, without forming secondary structures and binding in unintended ways. We approach this through a combination of pre-generated noninteracting sequences, and trial-and-error design using NUPACK simulation software.
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==Simulation of Expected Results==
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Before undertaking our experiments, it's desirable to have an idea what our results our going to look like, particularly in the case of random walking, which we intend to investigate rather thoroughly. To do this, we use a stochastic simulation, written in MATLAB.
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Sequence Design

Main article: Sequence Design

With our overall design in mind, we must design DNA sequences, down to the base level, which undergo the interactions that we desire, without forming secondary structures and binding in unintended ways. We approach this through a combination of pre-generated noninteracting sequences, and trial-and-error design using NUPACK simulation software.

Simulation of Expected Results

Main article: Simulation

Before undertaking our experiments, it's desirable to have an idea what our results our going to look like, particularly in the case of random walking, which we intend to investigate rather thoroughly. To do this, we use a stochastic simulation, written in MATLAB.


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