Theoretical Chemistry

Lund University

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Ellen Rieloff, PhD Student

Research interests

Solution behaviour and adsorption of intrinsically disordered proteins, studied by computer simulations and experimental techniques. 



Assessing the Intricate Balance of Intermolecular Interactions upon Self-Association of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins
E. Rieloff, M. D. Tully, M. Skepö. Journal of Molecular Biology, 431, 2019, pp. 511–523.

Utilizing Coarse-Grained Modeling and Monte Carlo Simulations to Evaluate the Conformational Ensemble of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins and Regions
C. Cragnell, E. Rieloff, M. Skepö. Journal of Molecular Biology, 430, 2018, pp. 2478–2492.

Structural Characterization of Bubbles Formed in DNA Melting: A Monte Carlo Simulation Study
E. Rieloff, S. C. C. Nunes, A. A. C. C. Pais, M. Skepö. ACS Omega, 2, 2017, pp. 1915-1921.

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