[gmx-users] Energy minimization of crystal structure with water
NG HUI WEN
HuiWen.Ng at nottingham.edu.my
Sun Mar 18 03:01:35 CET 2012
I have a seemingly simple task that turned quite tricky here.
I am trying to perform energy minimization on a crystal structure after adding hydrogen to the protein using pdb2gmx (OPLS).
The problem I am facing now is that after energy minimization, the protein and water (originally in the protein cavity) were found in completely different coordinate space. Using "pbc box" in VMD, I found that the water was found roughly at the original space but not the protein.
I have tried (all turned out futile)
1) EM with and without pbc
2) position restraint the protein backbone and water
Would someone be able to help me on this? I know I must have done something silly here.
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