System diagram representing information request/process. The cell produces a system level call for a protein product. The request is processed by the operating system (BioOS) and is translated by Bio-BIOS (transduction circuitry firmware) into the DHD language (which may be a function of BFAT). Translated signal from Bio-BIOS is sent to the nucleus. Once in the nucleus, RNA/protein circuitry defined as the DHD controller assembles the transcription process. Transcription of the DNA produces the pre mRNA which becomes a temporary buffer. Final editing is accomplished through the spliceosome as implicitly defined by BFAT for the proper RNA copy of the requested gene including its derivatives via alternative splicing. Finally, a 5' cap and 3' poly (A) tail is added to the edited mRNA enabling it as a serial bus structure. Additional control effort are leveraged against the post mRNA regulating the protein production process.