[gmx-users] membrane protein md using gromacs
ikass at cc.huji.ac.il
Tue Jun 28 10:28:51 CEST 2005
Try to look at the gromacs site (http://www.gromacs.org/
contributions/index.php) look for a file named mdrun_make_hole.tar.gz
which is used as a modifier of gromacs 3.1.4. This enable GROMACS to
make a hole in a membrane based on the inserted protein surface (you
also need msms).
The protocol is based on Faraldo-Gomez, J. D., Smith, G. R., and
Sansom, M. S. (2002). Setting up and optimization of membrane protein
simulations. European Biophysics Journal 31(3), 217-227.
On Jun 27, 2005, at 7:08 PM, rob yang wrote:
> i am trying to simulate glycophorin A dimeric helix in explicit
> lipid bilayer membrane environment (say, POPC or DMPC). i know that
> the charmm people have a standard protocol to set up md using
> CHARMM. i am just wondering if the gromacs community has a standard
> protocol for such simulations. i've tried to followed the tutorial
> provided by richard law (http://mccammon.ucsd.edu/~rlaw/
> ctbp_workshop_rlaw.htm) but would like to have a more systematic
> way of setting up the membrane and positioning the helix dimer.
> i also tried the gramicidin A tutorial (http://www.ks.uiuc.edu/
> Research/namd/tutorial/NCSA2002/hands-on/) which was very helpful.
> however, the lipid building step did not seem to use a pre-
> equilibrated lipid library. could anybody give me a pointer to a
> more elaborated protocol in setting up and running this type of
> simulation using gromacs? thank you very much in advance.
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