[gmx-users] RF excl and protein/water potential energies

pascal.baillod at epfl.ch pascal.baillod at epfl.ch
Thu Aug 16 22:22:12 CEST 2007

Dear community,

I am trying to separate potential energy contributions coming from the protein
and from water in my solvated protein system.

Dose anybody know if the term, "RF excl" can be computed / written separately
for protein / water atoms? I would be interested in the "RF excl" contributions
coming from protein atoms and protein to water interactions only.. Are there
such terms for intra-molecular water to water atom interactions also, or are
they limited to the "1-4" interactions of the protein? In the first case, I
guess they would not be counted anyway, with my rigid SPC water?

Thanks for any info!


Pascal Baillod (PhD student) 
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