[gmx-users] CG (MARTINI) parameters for RNA
itamar.kass at monash.edu.au
Thu Jun 3 03:01:33 CEST 2010
Thanks for your replay. From the paper (DNA and lipid bilayers:
self-assembly and insertion. J. Royal Soc. Int. 5, S241-S250, 2008. ) I
understand that the DNA CG particles where identical to the one used for
lipids and protein, am I correct? Also, they had used elastic network to
hold them in place (instead of Secondary Structure used in proteins).
On 28/05/10 12:11 AM, Thomas Piggot wrote:
> The DNA parameters for use with the MARTINI forcefield are not
> publicly available to download at the moment, however they will be
> available very soon. I (or someone else from the Khalid group) will
> let the list know when and where they have been made available.
> Itamar Kass wrote:
>> Shalom all,
>> I wish to try and simulate a protein with few RNA bases attached. As I
>> favour speed over accuracy in this case I wish to use the MARTINI model.
>> I could not find RNA/DNA parameters, but noticed that on the site there
>> is a reference to Khalid S, Bond PJ, Holyoake J, Hawtin RW, Sansom MSP.
>> DNA and lipid bilayers: self-assembly and insertion. J. Royal Soc. Int.
>> 5, S241-S250, 2008.
>> I wonder if someone had those parameters already implemented into the
>> model? It will be nice to get it nicely packed. Or maybe even better,
>> are there any beta parameters to RNA/DNA in a new MARTINI force field?
>> All the best,
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