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PUBLICATIONS

Joshua Fern and Rebecca Schulman.
Design and Characterization of DNA Strand-Displacement Circuits in Serum-Supplemented Cell Medium
ACS Synthetic Biology, 2017. Download Supplementary material Link to original

Abdul M Mohammed, Petr Sulc, John Zenk, and Rebecca Schulman.
Self-Assembling DNA Nanotubes to Connect Molecular Landmarks.
Nature Nanotechnology 12, 312-316, 2017. Download Supplementary material (not including movies) Supplementary movies Link to original

John Zenk, Dominic Scalise, Kai-Yuan Wang, Philip Dorsey, Joshua Fern, Ariana Cruz and Rebecca Schulman.
Stable DNA-Based Reaction-Diffusion Patterns
RSC Advances, 7, 18032-18040, 2017. Download Supplementary material Link to original

Tyler D. Jorgenson, Abdul M Mohammed, Deepak K. Agrawal, and Rebecca Schulman.
Self-Assembly of Hierarchical DNA Nanotube Architectures with Well-Defined Geometries.
ACS Nano, 17, 1927-1936, 2017. Download Supplementary material Link to original

Abdul M Mohammed, Lourdes Velazquez, Allison Chisenhall, Daniel Schiffels, Deborah K Fygenson, and Rebecca Schulman.
Self-Assembly of Precisely Defined DNA Nanotube Superstructures Using DNA Origami Seeds.
Nanoscale, 9, 522-526, 2017. Download Supplementary material Link to original

Joshua Fern, Dominic Scalise, Angelo Cangialosi, Dylan Howie, Leo Potters, and Rebecca Schulman.
DNA Strand-Displacement Timer Circuits.
ACS Synthetic Biology, 6, 190-193, 2016. Download Supplementary material Link to original

John Zenk, Chanon Tuntivate, and Rebecca Schulman.
Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Watson-Crick Base Pairing Driven DNA Origami Dimerization.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 138, 3346-3354, 2016. Download Supplementary material Link to original

Joshua Fern, Jennifer Lu, and Rebecca Schulman.
The Energy Landscape for the Self-Assembly of a Two-Dimensional DNA Origami Complex.
ACS Nano, 10, 1836-1844, 2016. Download Supplementary material Link to original

Deepak K. Agrawal, Elisa Franco, and Rebecca Schulman.
A self-regulating biomolecular comparator for processing oscillatory signals
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 12.111, 20150586, 2015. Download Supplementary material Link to original

Rebecca Schulman, Christina Wright and Erik Winfree.
Increasing Redundancy Exponentially Reduces Error Rates during Algorithmic Self-Assembly
ACS Nano 9, 5760-5771, 2015. Download Supplementary material Link to original.

Rebecca Schulman and David Doty.
Designing Ordered Nucleic Acid Self-Assembly Processes.
Current Opinion in Structural Biology 31, 57-63, 2015. Download Link to original

Dominic Scalise and Rebecca Schulman.
Emulating Cellular Automata in Chemical Reaction-Diffusion Networks.
In Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, 2014. Download Link to original.
Natural Computing, online first Download Link to original.

John Zenk and Rebecca Schulman.
An Assembly Funnel Makes Biomolecular Complex Assembly Efficient.
PLoS One 9 (10): e11123, 2014. Download Link to original.

Dominic Scalise and Rebecca Schulman.
Designing modular reaction-diffusion programs for complex pattern formation.
Technology 02 55-66, 2014. Download Link to original.

Abdul M. Mohammed and Rebecca Schulman.
Directing Self-Assembly of DNA Nanotubes Using Programmable Seeds.
Nano Letters 13 (9) 4006-4013, 2013 Download Supplementary Material Link to original
Simulation code (matlab scripts) (All files are collected into a single zip archive.)

Stephen Whitelam, Rebecca Schulman and Lester O. Hedges.
Self-assembly of multicomponent structures in and out of equilibrium.
Physical Review Letters 109 (26) 265506, 2012. Download Supplementary Material Link to original

Rebecca Schulman, Bernard Yurke and Erik Winfree.
Robust Self-Replication of Combinatorial Information via Crystal Growth and Scission.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 109 (17) 6405-6410, 2012.
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Rebecca Schulman and Erik Winfree.
Simple Evolution of Complex Crystal Species.
Natural Computing, 11, 187-197, 2012. Link

Rebecca Schulman.
Beyond Biology: Designing a New Mechanism for Self-Replication and Evolution at the Nanoscale.
In Proceedings of the Conference on Genetics and Evolutionary Computation (GECCO), 2011. Link

Rebecca Schulman and Bernard Yurke.
A Molecular Algorithm for Path Self-Assembly in 3 Dimensions.
In Proceedings of Robotics: Science and Systems, 2010. Link

Rebecca Schulman and Erik Winfree.
Simple Evolution of Complex Crystal Species.
In Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, 2010. Link

Rebecca Schulman and Erik Winfree.
Programmable control of nucleation for algorithmic self-assembly.
SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing , 39 (4) 1581-1616, 2009. Link or ArXiv version

Robert Barish1, Rebecca Schulman1, Paul Rothemund and Erik Winfree.
An Information-Bearing Seed for Algorithmic Self-Assembly.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 106 (15), 6054-–6059, 2009. Link

Rebecca Schulman and Erik Winfree.
How Crystals that Sense and Respond to Their Environments Could Evolve.
Natural Computing, 7 (2) 219-237, 2008. Link

Rebecca Schulman and Erik Winfree.
Synthesis of Crystals with a Programmable Barrier to Nucleation.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 104 (39), 15236-15241, 2007. Link

Ho-Lin Chen1,Rebecca Schulman1, Ashish Goel and Erik Winfree.
Reducing Facet Nucleation During Algorithmic Self-Assembly.
Nano Letters, 7 (9), 2913-2919, 2007. Link

Rebecca Schulman and Erik Winfree.
Self-Replication and Evolution of DNA Crystals.
In Proceedings of the VIIIth European Conference on Artificial Life, 2005. Link

Rebecca Schulman and Erik Winfree.
Programmable Control of Nucleation for Algorithmic Self-Assembly (Extended Abstract).
In Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference on DNA-Based Computation, 2004. Link

Rebecca Schulman, Shaun Lee, Nick Papadakis and Erik Winfree.
One-dimensional boundaries for DNA tile self-assembly.
In Proceedings of the 9th Annual Conference on DNA-Based Computation, 2003. Link

1These authors contributed equally to this work.

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