Dr. Seijo Marianne
Dr. Seijo Marianne
University of Geneva, Institute for Environmental Sciences, Group of Environmental Physico Chemistry
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The many facets of polyelectrolytes and oppositely charged macroions complex formation
S Ulrich, M Seijo, S Stoll
Current opinion in colloid & interface science 11 (5), 268-272, 2006
Nanoparticle adsorption on a weak polyelectrolyte. Stiffness, pH, charge mobility, and ionic concentration effects investigated by Monte Carlo Simulations
S Ulrich, M Seijo, A Laguecir, S Stoll
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (42), 20954-20964, 2006
Enzyme annotation for orphan and novel reactions using knowledge of substrate reactive sites
N Hadadi, H MohammadiPeyhani, L Miskovic, M Seijo, V Hatzimanikatis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (15), 7298-7307, 2019
Strategies for determining heteroaggregation attachment efficiencies of engineered nanoparticles in aquatic environments
A Praetorius, E Badetti, A Brunelli, A Clavier, JA Gallego-Urrea, ...
Environmental Science: Nano 7, 351-367, 2020
Formation of complexes between nanoparticles and weak polyampholyte chains. Monte Carlo simulations
S Ulrich, M Seijo, F Carnal, S Stoll
Macromolecules 44 (6), 1661-1670, 2011
A Monte Carlo study of weak polyampholytes: Stiffness and primary structure influences on titration curves and chain conformations
S Ulrich, M Seijo, S Stoll
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 111 (29), 8459-8467, 2007
Modeling the adsorption and coagulation of fulvic acids on colloids by Brownian dynamics simulations
M Seijo, S Ulrich, M Filella, J Buffle, S Stoll
Environmental science & technology 43 (19), 7265-7269, 2009
Conformational changes and aggregation of alginic acid as determined by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy
F Avaltroni, M Seijo, S Ulrich, S Stoll, KJ Wilkinson
Biomacromolecules 8 (1), 106-112, 2007
Explicit solvent simulations of the aqueous oxidation potential and reorganization energy for neutral molecules: gas phase, linear solvent response, and non-linear response …
JJ Guerard, PR Tentscher, M Seijo, JS Arey
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (22), 14811-14826, 2015
Surface charging behavior of nanoparticles by considering site distribution and density, dielectric constant and pH changes–a Monte Carlo approach
A Clavier, M Seijo, F Carnal, S Stoll
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (6), 4346-4353, 2015
Dielectric discontinuity effects on the adsorption of a linear polyelectrolyte at the surface of a neutral nanoparticle
M Seijo, M Pohl, S Ulrich, S Stoll
The Journal of chemical physics 131 (17), 174704, 2009
A computational framework for integration of lipidomics data into metabolic pathways
N Hadadi, KC Soh, M Seijo, A Zisaki, X Guan, MR Wenk, V Hatzimanikatis
Metabolic engineering 23, 1-8, 2014
Effects of surface site distribution and dielectric discontinuity on the charging behavior of nanoparticles. A grand canonical Monte Carlo study
M Seijo, S Ulrich, M Filella, J Buffle, S Stoll
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 8 (48), 5679-5688, 2006
On the absorption spectrum and stability of Ag32+ in aqueous solution
V Dubois, M Seijo, P Archirel
Chemical physics letters 389 (1-3), 150-154, 2004
Modeling the surface charge evolution of spherical nanoparticles by considering dielectric discontinuity effects at the solid/electrolyte solution interface
M Seijo, S Ulrich, M Filella, J Buffle, S Stoll
Journal of colloid and interface science 322 (2), 660-668, 2008
Knowledge of the neighborhood of the reactive site up to three atoms can predict biochemistry and protein sequences
N Hadadi, H MohamadiPeyhani, L Miskovic, M Seijo, V Hatzimanikatis
bioRxiv, 2017
A novel approach to find the missing links in genome-scale metabolic models: The BridgeIt mrthod
M Seijo, KC Soh, V Hatzimanikatis
FOSBE 2012, 2012
Effect of deposition, detachment and aggregation processes on nanoparticle transport in porous media using Monte Carlo simulations
G Hul, M Seijo, F Carnal, G Cornelis, S Stoll
Environmental Science: Nano 8 (8), 2223-2234, 2021
Reply to Comment on “Conformational Changes and Aggregation of Alginic Acid as Determined By Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy”
F Avaltroni, M Seijo, S Ulrich, S Stoll, KJ Wilkinson
Biomacromolecules 8 (10), 3280-3280, 2007
Sharing and Verifying Systems Toxicology Methods and Data via the INTERVALS and sbv IMPROVER Platforms
S Boue, AK Kuczaj, D Page, L Cannesson, M Seijo, V Belcastro, E Scotti, ...
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