[gmx-users] More ATP TOPOLOGIES
spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Tue Dec 16 22:38:01 CET 2003
On Tue, 2003-12-16 at 22:26, Raj Badhan wrote:
> Dear All
> Sorry to bug you all again.
> I am still having trouble with this ATP thing.
> My system is a dimer with ATP docking in the active site in
> between the dimer. When I editconf a box or genbox this, the
> ligand breaks. I then tried this with a very similar "real" structure (
> my system is a relatively "correct" homology model), and the same
> thing happen with this too.
So show me where it breaks, and exactly at which step in the process. We
need the complete gro/pdb file before and after running editconf.
> However, I can editconf a box and genbox etc the ATP on its own
> without the protein.
> So, I guess it comes down to either bad contacts (which I have
> checked and corrected for both in SwissPDB) or ATP topology.
neither editconf nor genbox checks for bad contacts in your starting
structure. I suspect that swiss pdb writes out a rotten pdb file.
> I thought that the ATP topology may be wrong, as many have
> suggested, but how could this in itself lead to ATP becoming
> distorted and stretched when I editconf and create a box?
> It seems strange and is indeed a stumbling block at the moment.
> Raj Badhan
> Postgraduate researcher
> School of Pharmacy and Pharmacetical Science
> The University of Manchester
> Manchester, UK.
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