[gmx-users] about solvate
moonfine at mail.sdu.edu.cn
Thu May 31 09:23:36 CEST 2007
Thanks for your reply.
But I think in the MD process, these original water molecules will move freely,
even leave the active site. and the new molecules will replace them. Is it
>From: Mark Abraham <Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au>
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>Subject: Re: [gmx-users] about solvate
>Date:Thu, 31 May 2007 14:13:34 +1000
>Rui Li wrote:
> > yes,there are some water molecules embedded in an enzyme active site.If I
> > them,and use genbox to get new water molecules , Does it influence the
> > result?
> Of course! If you have any appreciation for how enzymes work, you'll
> quickly realise that anything in the active site is finely tuned for
> being there. If you don't know how enzymes work in general, don't
> simulate them without reading a lot of literature on simulating enzyme
> I cannot imagine a reason why you would want to remove such waters and
> rely on genbox to insert a random number of water molecules depending on
> steric clashes between arbitrarily placed atomic boundaries.
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