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DateDate: 26-03-2019, 05:55

Microsoft experts in collaboration with
researchers from the University of Washington have successfully completed the process of converting digital information to DNA and vice versa. Scientists practice this technique not for the first time, but unlike previous experiments, the technology corporation was able to fully automate the process. In the future, this may significantly reduce the volume of conventional drives and the size of data centers.
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During the first launch, the Microsoft device prototype successfully translated the word HELLO into an unusual format. The device encoded bits (1 and 0) in
DNA sequences (A, C, T, G), synthesized the molecule itself and
retained it as a liquid. Then the stored DNA was decoded back into bits after processing with special reagents. On encoding and subsequent decryption of the record
volume of 5 bytes device spent 21 hours, but the researchers said that already
found a way to reduce this time by 10-12 hours.
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The nucleotide form of the "liquid" version of the word HELLO "took away" only 4 μg of approximately 1 mg of the synthesized DNA. According to experts, this method will allow all the information stored in a large data center to fit into a drive of a little more than a few playing cubes. High reliability of such “disks” is also noted: as Microsoft indicates,
Some DNA samples have been preserved for tens of thousands of years - for example, in the tusks of mammoths.