[gmx-users] Amber Force field in Gromacs - implicit solvent
spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Sun Oct 20 07:12:30 CEST 2002
On Sat, 2002-10-19 at 13:46, Stefano Piana wrote:
> Hallo again!
> I would like to know the current status of the implementation of the Amber
> forcefield in gromos. I Read some old messages on the argument, does it
> already exist a version of the Amber force field written in gromacs format?
The Pande group (folding.stanford.edu) have implemented both Amber and
Charm in GROMACS. It is currently being tested. As soon as they are
convinced that it works we will add it to the standard distribution.
> In the meantime ma and Alessandro Laio have written a small program to convert
> Amber topologies and coordinates into Gromos and Gromacs topologies and
> coordinates. It is still a bit experimental (i.e. not extensively tested), but
> it seems to work fine. Let me know if this could be of interest to somebody.
If you can do as a test both a protein in water, and DNA in water it
would be useful. There must be plenty of Amber topology files out there.
If you think that it works well you can upload it to the gromacs website
> Finally I would like to know if there is any project to incorporate some kind
> of implicit solvent model in gromacs.
Also the Pande group together with Erik Lindahl have done this. Don't
know about the status of this.
> Thanks for your answers!
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