[gmx-users] How to process D-amino acid peptide?
erik.lindahl at scilifelab.se
Fri Dec 20 10:14:28 CET 2013
pdb2gmx adds hydrogens if they are not present, which will be done in the L-form. If you already have hydrogens you should be able to maintain the residues in D-form.
On 20 Dec 2013, at 09:56, David van der Spoel <spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se> wrote:
> On 2013-12-20 07:23, hummingbird wrote:
>> I am doing a simulation of a system including a peptide made up of 36 D-amino
>> acid residues. I am a new user and have no idea how to process D-amino acid.
>> When I try pdb2gmx, all residues are changed to L-type in the output GRO
>> Could anybody help?
>> Thanks so much.
> Are you sure? The only difference between L and D is the conformation,
> right? I don't think pdb2gmx changes the conformation.
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