[gmx-users] pca-based MD
jmsstarlight at gmail.com
Thu Sep 27 08:21:20 CEST 2012
I've read some reference papers about EDA sampling methods and found
such usefull things. First of all as I understood for biassing MD
simulation along several PCs extracted from another run the make_edi
-radacc 1-3 option is exactly what I need.
But I havent still understood about missmatching of atom numbers
between EDA (done on C-alpha atoms) and biassed_MD ( all atoms of
system including solvent).
E.g whan I
ve run mdrun
I've obtain error
Nr of atoms in pca_biased.edi (3075) does not match nr of md atoms (46185)
where 3075 is n atoms of my protein (althought I've extracted
eigenvectors from c-alpha only) and 46185- full system includding
membrane and SOL in that case.
Does it mean that such method is only applicable for biassed
simulations of the systems in vacuu or with implicit solvent ?
2012/9/24 James Starlight <jmsstarlight at gmail.com>:
> I've still made such 'only c-alpha ensemble' of my structures by the
> other software and performed x-ray PCA. As the result I've extracted
> eigenvectors and obtained reasonable distribution (projection) of the
> structures along that eigenvectors.
> Now I have questions about pca-biassed MD_run. I've made *.edi file
> from eigenvectors calculated based on the c-alpha atoms of my x-ray
> ensemble. How I could use it with my system consisted of much more
> atoms (full atomic protein + solvent) than smaller c-alpha subset of
> the x-ray data (only c-alpha atoms from the same protein) ?
> i.e if I run mdrun -v -deffnm MD -ei sam.edi
> I obtain error about mismatching of atom number from the edi as well
> as system.tpr .
> Is there any way to extrapolate number of atoms in the sam.edi ?
> 2012/9/23, James Starlight <jmsstarlight at gmail.com>:
>> I've tried to make PCA from my X-ray data and forced with many problems :)
>> Firstly I've made pdb trajectory in NMR-like format ( by means of
>> pymol) consisted of all X-ray structures.
>> than I've make .tpr file (From the tpr of the same protein which I've
>> simulated previously) for the subset of C-alpha atoms common to all
>> Finally I've tried to calculate eigenvectors
>> Structure or trajectory file has more atoms (2196) than the topology (302)
>> Does it mean that all structures in trajectory must have only C-alpha
>> atoms initialy ?
>> IS there another way to make tpr as well as pdb trajectory files for
>> such x-ray PCA?
>> 2012/9/24 Thomas Evangelidis <tevang3 at gmail.com>:
>>> thanks again for explanation. Its also intresting to me is it possible
>>>> to do further biassed MD guided on that FMA modes as well as obtain
>>>> projections onto that FMA sub-spaces of X-ray datasets for instance ?
>>>> ( e.g for comparison of the results from FMA of experimental data as
>>>> well as MD_data)
>>> Have a look at another thread posted today, named "PC comparison between
>>> two simulations".
>>> On a second thought, you might want to consider the nudged elastic band
>>> method and its variants for your case, since you have the initial, the
>>> final and intermediate states of your protein. Unfortunately they are not
>>> implemented in GROMACS, but they are in AMBER.
>>> Thomas Evangelidis
>>> PhD student
>>> University of Athens
>>> Faculty of Pharmacy
>>> Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
>>> 157 71 Athens
>>> email: tevang at pharm.uoa.gr
>>> tevang3 at gmail.com
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