Apr 23, 2020

DNA micro-disk for the management of DNA-based data storage with index and write-once-read-many (WORM) memory features

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Y. ChoiSunghoon Kwon


DNA-based data storage has attracted attention because of its higher physical density of the data and longer retention time than those of conventional digital data storage. However, previous DNA-based data storage lacked index features and the data quality of storage after a single access is not preserved, obstructing its industrial use. Here, DNA micro-disks, quick response (QR)-coded micro-sized disks that harbour data-encoded DNA molecules for the efficient management of DNA-based data storage, are proposed. The two major features that previous DNA-based data storage studies could not achieve are demonstrated. One feature is accessing data items efficiently by indexing the data-encoded DNA library. Another is achieving write-once-read-many (WORM) memory through the immobilization of DNA molecules on the disk and their enrichment through in situ DNA production. Through these features, the reliability of DNA-based data storage was increased by allowing multiple accession of data-encoded DNA without data loss.

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