[gmx-users] DSSP and g_sas
Bhanu Prakash Sandaka
sbhanu at barc.gov.in
Thu Jul 15 10:49:12 CEST 2010
Using DSSP we can also calcuate the surface area, though it doesn't allow
changes in probe diameter etc. it does calculate the surface area. I just
wish to know whether the performance of DSSP is comparable to g_sas?
Should it be used?
> Shalom Bhanu,
> g_sas calculates solvent accessible surface
> DSSP find local secondary structure.
> So use g_sas for you calculation.
> On 15/07/10 4:57 PM, Bhanu Prakash Sandaka wrote:
>> Which among DSSP and g_sas is better for calculating solvent accessible
>> surface area of proteins?
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