[gmx-users] Simulation in vacuo
David van der Spoel
spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Wed Nov 30 11:40:09 CET 2005
berka at natur.cuni.cz wrote:
> Hello GMXers,
> i want to relax my transmembrane protein, so I thought, that it can be
> done in vacuo for some ps.
> But I had some troubles with packing of protein, so id like to know
> which parameters are reasonable for this kind of simulation.
Is it the protein you want to relax or lipids?
Either way start with position restraints and a short cutoff, of e.g. 1 nm.
> Firstly I want to know if it is ok, when I turn off pressure coupling?
you must in vacuo.
> Secondly, my protein isn't neutral, so I'd like to change PME for long
> Cut-off. I have found, that for that case I should take all *list = 0,
> but simulation can't be started. Have I missed something?
All cutoffs to zero means infinite cutoff.
> Thirdly I have more general question: Are there any standard .mdp
> settings which works in certain cases? (i.e. in water, in vacuo, with
> lipid bilayer, etc.) It could help newbies like me. And when they will
> be explained, it could be even better.
> Karel Berka
> undergraduate student of Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
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