David van der Spoel
spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Sat Apr 3 20:45:44 CEST 2010
On 4/3/10 8:36 PM, Justin A. Lemkul wrote:
> Chih-Ying Lin wrote:
>> The command
>> g_sas => Select a group for calculation of surface and a group for output
>> What is the difference between "a group for calculation of surface"
>> and "a group for output"?
> Please consult the documentation. From g_sas -h:
> "The program will ask for a group for the surface calculation and a
> group for the output. The calculation group should always consists of
> all the non-solvent atoms in the system. The output group can be the
> whole or part of the calculation group."
Actually this documentation is not correct.
The calculation group are those atoms taken into account in the
computation, whether or not they are solvent accessible. If you select a
group consisting of a single residue in a protein the SAS will be
computed as if the rest of the protein is not there. Very useful when
you want to compute protein-protein interface areas.
>> Thank you
David van der Spoel, PhD, Professor of Biology
Dept. of Cell and Molecular Biology, Uppsala University.
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