David van der Spoel
spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Fri Sep 12 11:51:02 CEST 2003
On Fri, 2003-09-12 at 11:47, Andrey V Golovin wrote:
> Dear T.,
> Thursday, September 11, 2003, 5:46:18 PM, you wrote:
> TZ> hi all,
> TZ> i wonder if someone can give me references where GROMOS and/or GROMACS ff
> TZ> were used and the influence of different cutoffs on a lipid
> TZ> bilayer properties (like area per lipid, Scd... ) were studied??
> Actually a tried to assemble bilayer from random lipid mixture with
> PME and Cutt-off and only using PME a was successful. I used FF params
> from tielman site. Yes probably you right it could be FF depended BUT
> i think it's much better to use PME in membrane simulations.
That's very interesting, and it show how important the Long range
On the other hand there have been some reports of simulations of
freezing of water to ice, all done with cut-offs. These can not be
reproduced with PME, leading me to believe that in this case the
freezing is an artefact...
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