The study, published in Nature, saw researchers uses nucleotides – DNA’s building blocks – to produce a code that relates to the individual pixels of each image. To encode the GIF, researchers delivered the sequences frame-by-frame over time to the genome of living E.coli bacteria. Once delivered, the data can then be retrieved by sequencing the DNA and then reconstructed by reading the pixel nucleotide code, which can be done with around 90 percent accuracy. We spoke to Seth Shipman of Harvard University about the study, which also provides new insights into the functioning of the CRISPR system.
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This is very novel.