Recently I came across the article Associative Quantum Memory. In the article, the authors discussed early physical implementation of quantum computers with NMR. In particular, NMR implementation used cytosine molecules as qubits. Since cytosine is one of four DNA bases, I got curious about whether there is a connection between quantum and DNA computing. Unfortunately, I was able to find only this article discussing the topic: DNA and Quantum Computing (published in 2000). In this last article, the possibility to implement a quantum computer in DNA molecules was discussed. Moreover, the author presented an idea to employ DNA as support for qubits (made from another material) and use the ability of DNA to react to chemical stimuli for the precise engineering of quantum computers at a molecular level.
However, from 2000 onwards, it seems that both computational paradigms have evolved independently. So, I am wondering if anybody knows about a (recent) paper discussing a combination of quantum and DNA computing.