[gmx-users] Distance Restraints on Protein - possible at all?
NG HUI WEN
HuiWen.Ng at nottingham.edu.my
Thu Feb 23 04:17:04 CET 2012
Thanks for contributing your ideas and suggestions, really appreciate it.
The reason I am playing with distance restraints on my protein is because I am interested to see the effects of equilibrating a protein in membrane using the two different restraint methods i.e. distance vs. position.
Yes, without distance restraint (i.e. removing disre = simple in the mdp) will allow the simulation to run to completion very smoothly.
I will give Berendsen pressure coupling a shot and see how it goes. However, prior to applying distance restraint on my protein, I have ran 5ns of position restraint simulation (with P-R coupling) and there weren't any complaints/problems.
Many thanks again for your help.
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From: NG HUI WEN
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Subject: Distance Restraints on Protein - possible at all?
I have been trying to apply distance restraints on my protein but have been unsuccessful thus far.
For what purpose?
I have consulted the user forum previously and with some much-appreciated help I have managed to get my simulation (with distance restraints applied) to run. However, the joy did not last long as the simulation crashed very quickly (after ~40-50ps).
Do they run with no restraints?
P-R P-coupling is known to be unsuitable for equilibration (see manual), so that might be a factor here.
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