Created a programming language for biochemical reactions

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Created a programming language for biochemical reactions


In pharmacology and biochemistry the main difficulty often lies in the fact that many reactions and their derivatives, though it is possible to predict, to build the structure required substances with desired properties from scratch is still quite difficult. To do this, it would be nice to develop a method that would take into account many biochemical factors. And, perhaps very soon chemists before the development of substances will "program" them using a special programming language designed specifically for this purpose.

Responsible For the development of a team of researchers from the University of Texas at Austin, and the "programming language for chemists" was named CRN++. As stated by one of the developers of a new language Marco Vasik

"the Main purpose of our study was to develop a high-level language that could Express the progress of chemical reactions. See: creating a program a programmer writes it in a language that is easy to understand person. And if the other person will repeat the code — the result will obviously be the same. Thus translated into a sequence of zeros and ones code without problems will be played on the computer and will give the desired result, but the man machine code to disassemble is unlikely. With biochemical language, things about as well."

Compiler and results simulatie for CRN++programs

A Sequence of coded algorithms and their description when you use the code understandable to man and it can easily make changes to it, to find mistakes and to output the result, while not resorting to long calculations.

"We propose a programming language that fits all types of chemical reactions. While CRN++ is the language of open source, so scientists can make their amendments and to improve the language as they need."

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