[gmx-users] MD of DNA-protein complex AND non-protein inhibitor
mgoette at mpi-bpc.mpg.de
Mon Feb 4 10:10:06 CET 2008
To enhance Marks reply.
One way to do it could be:
Take the pdb-structure of your ligand and feed it to a QM-software (e.g.
Gaussian). Optimize the geometry and compute the partial charges (RESP).
The bonded interaction are, as usual somewhat more tricky; maybe this
GAFF from amber can help you with that. If not, try to find the correct
atom types and the according bonds,angles and dihedrals.
All this is in fact really advanced MD stuff. Don't think you can do it
by some clicking in a program. You have to read the background
literature about parametrization and test your topologies in the best
case against some experimental data.
Maik Goette, Dipl. Biol.
Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
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> dear gromacs users,
> i used gromacs calculate MD trajectories of protein and DNA covalently
> linked. to do so i applied the AMBER ff ports.
> afterwards i used a molecular docking tool to dock small non-protein
> ligands into potential cavities built of the DNA-protein complex.
> now i am facing the problem, that i again want to simulate the molecular
> dynamics of the most promising complexes of the protein-DNA complex and
> the ligand but do not know which force field to use. additionally how
> can i set up the parameters for the ligands?
> any suggestions would be of great help
> thanks in advance
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