David van der Spoel
spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Fri Sep 17 19:07:17 CEST 2010
On 9/17/10 5:37 PM, Justin A. Lemkul wrote:
> Fahimeh Baftizadeh Baghal wrote:
>> I have a trajectory generated by gromacs in which I excluded water and
>> there is only protein, now I like to see how does the number of h_bond
>> between water and protein change during the trajectory. In fact when I
>> use g_hbond I can choose the water and protein but I was wondering
>> where does the information about water come from??
> Certainly you can choose whatever groups are present (either from
> default groups or from those in an index file), but I would imagine the
> command will either fail or simply identify that there are no hydrogen
> bond donors or acceptors within what would otherwise be water.
> If you have not saved the coordinates for water, you cannot run any
> command to analyze properties related to or involving water.
In theory you could get an approximate number from analyzing what polar
groups are not hydrogen bonded intramolecularly. There is not ready tool
to do this. The quickest solution is probably to rerun the simulation.
In most cases human time is more valuable than computer time.
>> thank you in advance for your time
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