[gmx-users] position restrained dynamics & protein size
erikm at xray.bmc.uu.se
Tue Jan 19 11:22:11 CET 2010
If we're really talking about timestepe here, then position restraints
have no impact as far as I know. If, on the other hand, we're talking
about total simulation time, then the size of your system will affect
the time required to relax the structure. In the end it depends on what
protein you're simulating. Is there anything in the literature about the
timescales of water dynamics for your protein. 3666 atoms is not that
big, so I think you could play it safe and simulate a bit longer, say
500 ps, although 100 ps is often enough.
rituraj purohit skrev:
> Dear friends,
> I am working to study dynamic behaviour of a protein molecule, having
> 3666 atoms. My question is related to position restrained dynamics
> What should be the time step in position restrained dynamics ?
> This time i am giving 100ps, but i don't know is it sufficient to sock
> the water in protein cavities.
> Is their any relationship between position restrained dynamics time
> step and protein size?
> Please advise me.
Erik Marklund, PhD student
Laboratory of Molecular Biophysics,
Dept. of Cell and Molecular Biology, Uppsala University.
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