[gmx-users] domain decomposition
ramezanpour.mohsen at gmail.com
Tue Apr 5 09:39:46 CEST 2011
Thank you for your important notes,I didn't know them.
Then,Can it be resulted from your sentences , there is not any way for
doing simulation with only some parts of a protein?
What can I do if I need simulating only ACTIVE SITE of a protein?Do I have
to simulate the whole of protein?
Thanks in advance
On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 11:58 AM, Mark Abraham <Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au>wrote:
> On 5/04/2011 5:09 PM, mohsen ramezanpour wrote:
>> Dear Mark
>> Actually I don't know why.
>> I just did the normal process as other my simulations.
>> Let me discribe my work in details:
>> I had a protein and a drug,I separated all residues around my drug (2 nm
>> in radius) by PYMOL
> You can't do that and hope for sensible results. The protein won't be happy
> if you expose its hydrophilic core to either a box of solvent or vacuum or
> implicit solvent.
> Then I saved the result as protein-new.pdb
>> So.I used pdb2gmx to generate .top and .gro file for this .pdb file
> pdb2gmx assumes you're giving it reasonable input - i.e. no missing
> residues in the protein. However, you've generated several chunks of missing
> residues above. pdb2gmx assumes there's a backbone peptide bond as normal,
> and this is too long. One can work around this issue, but still be crippled
> by the first problem.
> I entered the following commands for pdb2gmx:
>> pdb2gmx -f protein-new.pdb -o protein-new.gro -p topology.top
>> -water spc -ignh
>> and I used Gromos 43a1 force field.
>> when I want to do EM there are an additional error that results in
>> crashing the mdrun:
>> Warning: 1-4 interaction ... your system is exploding
>> it says modifying interaction tables!
>> Besides,I checked my pdb file,atoms 922 and 943 and 2 others who have bad
>> interactions,all of them are N atom of residues!
> Yep, pdb2gmx has generated backbone peptide bonds that aren't sensible.
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