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DNA Fountain enables a robust and efficient storage architecture

Authors: Yaniv Erlich; Dina Zielinski;

DNA Fountain enables a robust and efficient storage architecture

Abstract

A reliable and efficient DNA storage architecture DNA has the potential to provide large-capacity information storage. However, current methods have only been able to use a fraction of the theoretical maximum. Erlich and Zielinski present a method, DNA Fountain, which approaches the theoretical maximum for information stored per nucleotide. They demonstrated efficient encoding of information—including a full computer operating system—into DNA that could be retrieved at scale after multiple rounds of polymerase chain reaction. Science , this issue p. 950

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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Computer science DNA digital data storage Computational science chemistry.chemical_compound Synthetic biology Orders of magnitude (data) Nucleotide Limit (mathematics) Illumina dye sequencing chemistry.chemical_classification Oligonucleotide Process (computing) Petabyte Byte Sample (graphics) chemistry DNA

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Oligonucleotides, Information Storage and Retrieval, Multidisciplinary, Base Sequence, Libraries, Digital, High-Throughput Nucleotide Sequencing, DNA, Algorithms

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