[gmx-users] Disulfide between protein Cys and GSH
Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au
Wed Jan 17 07:09:00 CET 2007
> Dear Mark,
> Could you kindly tell me how it can be done?
The general procedure is to get a structure with the relevant S atoms
close enough together, then use pdb2gmx -ss on that structure (possibly
with -ignh too). You may need to copy specbond.dat from the library to
your working directory and edit it to increase tolerance for SS bond or
similar. You may need to do an MD simulation with a harmonic restraint
to position the sulfur atoms close enough for the new structure to be
> Or tell me where in the manual to look up?
Unfortunately it isn't there. Searching the mailing lists from the
gromacs webpage is a good start, though.
> What I am trying to do is either generating a new residue CysS-SG (named
> CYG, for example) or forming a disulfide between CysSH and GSH during
> running Gromacs (I am not sure if there is a command or flag for this
You'll have to be prepared to get your hands dirty for the former, but
the latter should be painless (not that I've ever done it).
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