[gmx-users] Placing anion/cation at a particular distance from peptide
erikm at xray.bmc.uu.se
Wed Apr 27 09:33:08 CEST 2011
Mark Abraham skrev 2011-04-27 03.01:
> On 4/27/2011 5:13 AM, shivangi nangia wrote:
>> Dear gmx users,
>> I need to design a starting configuration of a polypeptide with
>> charged side chains sitting in a box of water with Cl- ions within 7
>> ang of its radius.
>> I realize that in such a system like charges will essentially prefer
>> to be as far as possible from each other, but I still need the above
>> stated configuration.
>> Is there an easy way to specify the distance of the anions to be
>> added from the peptide ?
> No. You will have to find water molecules a suitable distance from
> your solute and replace them by hand (and update your .top accordingly).
I can't think of why you would need such a configuration, and the
clorides will quickly diffuse away. Nevertheless, here's what I would do:
* Use trjorder to order the water molecules according to their distance
to the solute.
* Find one water molecule that is ~7 Å from the solute.
* Replace water molecules that (in the sequece of molecules in the
ordered gro/pdf file) are near the water found to be at the correct
distance with clorides.
Erik Marklund, PhD student
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