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Problem Addressed

The amount of digital information produced is continually growing, whereas digital space is increasingly vulnerable. DNA has emerged as a potential medium for information storage due to its high density, security (e.g., cannot be accessed remotely, requires technical skill to manipulate), stability, and reproducibility. Information can be stored in both the direct sequence and the 3D architecture of the assembled DNA molecules. The DNA encryption platform described here further secures the information encoded in DNA for communication that requires maximal security.