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Articles:
  1. Sakowski S., Krasiński T., Sarnik J., Blasiak J., Waldmajer J., Poplawski T. A detailed experimental study of a DNA computer with two endonucleases. Zeitschrift für Naturforschung C, 72(7-8), 303-313, 2017. (IF: 0.835)
  2. Sakowski S., Krasiński T., Waldmajer J., Sarnik J., Blasiak J.,  Poplawski T. Biomolecular computer with multiple restriction enzymes. Genetics and Molecular Biology, 40 (4), 860-870, 2017. (IF: 1.341)
  3. Krasiński T., Sakowski S., Waldmajer J., Popławski T.: Arithmetical analysis of biomolecular finite automaton. Fundamenta Informaticae, 128(4), 463-474, 2013. (IF: 0.687)
  4. Błasiak J., Krasiński T., Rogowski Ł., Sakowski S., Popławski T.: Logical inference based on DNAAdvances in Cell Biology, 40(4), 645-658, 2013. (IF: 0.203)
  5. Krasiński T., Sakowski S., Popławski T.: Towards an autonomous multistate biomolecular devices built on DNA. NaBIC, IEEE, 23-28, 2014. DOI: 10.1109/NaBIC.2014.6921899
  6. Krasiński T., Sakowski S., Popławski T.: Autonomous push-down automaton built on DNA. Informatica, 36(3), 263-276, 2012.
  7. Błasiak J., Krasiński T., Popławski T., Sakowski S.: DNA Computing. Advances in Biochemistry, 57(1), 13-23, 2011.
  8. Krasiński T., Sakowski S.: Extended Shapiro Finite State Automaton. Foundations of Computing and Decision Science, 33(3), 241-255, 2008.
  9. Krasiński T., Sakowski S.: A theoretical model of the Shapiro finite state automaton built on DNA. Theoretical and Applied Informatics, 18 (3), 161-174, 2006.
  10. Krasiński T., Sakowski S.: A review of models and practical implementations of DNA computation. Studia Informatica, 29 (4A), 5-31, 2008.

Conference proceedings:

  1. The 22nd International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, DNA 22, Munich, Germany, September 4-8, 2016. Sakowski S., Krasiński T., Sarnik J., Blasiak J., Waldmajer J., Poplawski T.: Autonomous biomolecular automata with multiple restriction enzymes.
  2. The Sixth World Congress on Nature and Biologically Inspired Computing, NaBIC, IEEE, Porto, Portugal, Date: July 30 -01 August, 2014. Krasiński T., Sakowski S., Popławski T.: Towards an autonomous multistate biomolecular devices built on DNA.
  3. The XX National Conference Applications of Mathematics in Biology and Medicine, Łochów, September 23–27, 2014. Błasiak J., Krasiński T., Rogowski T., Sakowski S, Popławski T.: Logical inference based on DNA.
  4. The XIX National Conference Applications of Mathematics in Biology and Medicine, Jastrzębia Góra, September 16–20, 2013. Krasiński T., Sakowski S., Waldmajer J., Popławski T.: Arithmetical analysis of biomolecular finite automaton.
  5. The XVIII National Conference Applications of Mathematics in Biology and Medicine, Krynica Morska, September 23–27, 2012. Krasinsk T., Sakowski S., Popławski T.: Autonomous push-downautomaton built on DNA.