[gmx-users] Weird result of WHAM
netalyk at gmail.com
Thu Nov 15 08:41:28 CET 2012
Sorry, I will express myself more clearly.
1.State A/B corresponds to different conformation states of the protein.
State A is the crystal structure of the protein, suppose to be more stable
than state B (model structure).
And indeed, I've got the expected PMF plot in which clearly can be seen,
that state A is more stable than state B by taking snapshots from the path
A to B.
In order to check myself, I did the same to the snapshots that were taken
from the trajectory path from the B to A and I've got the opposite results.
( State B is more stable than state A by the same magnitude of delta G!)
Umbrella sampling for 10ns :
; Pull code
pull = umbrella
pull_geometry = distance
pull_dim = Y Y Y
pull_start = yes
pull_ngroups = 1
pull_group0 = O1G_O2G_O3G_PG_&_ATP
pull_group1 = r_90
pull_init1 = 0
pull_rate1 = 0.0
pull_k1 = 1000 ; kJ mol^-1 nm^-2
pull_nstxout = 1000 ; every 2 ps
pull_nstfout = 1000 ; every 2 ps
Wham analysis command:
g_wham_d -it tpr-files.dat -if pullf-files.dat -o -hist -unit kCal -b 1000
2. By merging the data of the both path, I meant that I added tpr files
and pullf files from the path B to A to the
files tpr-files.dat/ pullf-files.dat of the path A to B and calculated
WHAM.. I can do it since it is the same reaction coordinates in both cases,
The result PMF plot shows that state A is more stable than state B like I
So I really don't know what I am doing wrong while analysing
the snapshots from path B to A.
On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 8:40 PM, Justin Lemkul <jalemkul at vt.edu> wrote:
> On 11/14/12 8:43 AM, Netaly Khazanov wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> I've performed TMD simulation using NAMD program from the state A to B,
>> visa versa from the state B to A.
>> Umbrella sampling calculations were done on the snapshots that were taken
>> from the path ( A to B & B to A) by using Gromacs.
>> Afterwards WHAM analysis was calculated in order to extract PMF plot.
>> However the result of ΔG of PMF plot in the case of A to B path was the
>> opposite (for example -10) than in the case of B to A ( 10). ( I would
>> expect to get the same result in both cases).
> Can you explain in greater detail what states A and B correspond to? I
> would expect the opposite - the reverse of a process should have the same
> magnitude of deltaG and opposite sign (i.e. ligand binding/unbinding).
> By merging the data of both paths, WHAM gives result of ΔG=-10.
>> The result is very not consistence. I'm probably missing something.
> You'll have to be more explicit about what you're doing, i.e. actual
> commands, input, and output.
> Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
> Research Scientist
> Department of Biochemistry
> Virginia Tech
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