[gmx-users] Re: Hi
Justin A. Lemkul
jalemkul at vt.edu
Tue Mar 25 14:00:21 CET 2008
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Quoting sudheer babu <sudheer.pbm07 at gmail.com>:
> Hi Mr. Justin,
> Sorry for the posting my question to your personal mail,
> You made me clear so many doubts in gromacs , Thanks for that. But I have
> one doubt since one week trying get answer by different ways, but I didn't
> find, that is FF for protein in POPC. you replied me that read literature I
> read it. I found that using united atom FF( Berger) for lipid and all atom
> FF(OPLS) for protein, in case of membrane protein simulation,i tried to use
> in this way but it showing error, when I do minimisation
> I mentioned FF in .top in this way,
Well, what is the error? It is of no use to say that something didn't work.
What were you doing? What was the *exact* command you issued? What was the
*exact* error message?
> Include forcefield parameters
> #include "ffoplsaa.itp" - for protein
> #include "ffgmx.itp - for lipid
> #include "lipid.itp"
> #include "popc.itp"
Right; this is a problem. Inclusion of both ffoplsaa.itp and ffgmx.itp will
probably cause the two to fight. If you look through the list archives
thoroughly, you will find an excellent procedure written by Chris Neale related
to exactly how to do this. You may also want to refer to Chapter 5 of the
manual for general information on topologies.
> Pls give me detail explanation and suggest, normally which FFs use when
> protein inserted into POPC
Refer to the literature. I have seen papers that have used Gromos96 and OPLS-AA
for membrane protein simulations. The choice is up to you, based on what you
find and what you believe to be most applicable to your system.
> Thanks in advance.
Justin A. Lemkul
Graduate Research Assistant
Department of Biochemistry
jalemkul at vt.edu | (540) 231-9080
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