[gmx-users] Modeling Zinc in OPLS
mgoette at mpi-bpc.mpg.de
Wed Mar 2 09:43:15 CET 2005
I also use Zn in my simulations.
There are 3 possibilities:
Bonded, nonbonded and cationic dummy atom approach.
Unfortunatly, nothing except the bonded approach worked for me.
If you need help with the bonded approach, tell me.
If you are able to work with one of the both nonbonded methods, tell me.
What is the job of zinc in your sim?
Maik Goette, Dipl. Biol.
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Sandeep Somani wrote:
> I have a Zn atom in my protein cordinating with CYS and HIS.
> Is it fine to model it with just the non-covalent interactions (using
> parameters available in the OPLS force filed) or a bonded interaction
> should be considered ?
> Thnx & Rgds
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