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The storage of data in DNA typically involves encoding and synthesizing data into short oligonucleotides, followed by reading with a sequencing instrument. Major challenges include the molecular consumption of synthesized DNA, issues with basecalling errors, and limitations with scaling up read access operations for individual data elements. Addressing these challenges, we describe a DNA storage system called MDRAM (Magnetic DNA-based Random Access Memory) that enables repetitive and efficientdoi:10.1101/2021.09.15.460571 fatcat:pqp5oppnofetpo5xzlkob3ncjq