[gmx-users] Tryptophan rings are not connected in visualization
jalemkul at vt.edu
Sat May 18 04:13:21 CEST 2013
On 5/17/13 10:08 PM, Shima Arasteh wrote:
> I am simulating a system composed if POPC , peptide, waters and ions.
> I used the InflateGRO methodology to construct the system.
> are 2 Tryptophan residues in my peptide. Each Tryptophan has 2rings
> connected from one side. After inflategro one of the Tryptophan rings is
> normal, but the other is not because What I see them in vmd, there are
> 2rings remain close to eachother but the expected bonds between them are
> not visible.
> The top file shows the correct bonds and angles and ... .
> I ran EM, NVT, NPT, and thought this problem would be solved but it is still as well as before.
> The EM was also ok and did not show high enegy or crash.
> Does this problem relate to the vmd and its algorithms? Or there is a problem with my system.
The topology is definitive. VMD is not.
> How would the rings look usual? How could I solve it?
Run EM. InflateGRO should not have messed with the coordinates though. If the
bad geometry is a result of EM, that means you have really nasty forces
somewhere in the system.
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
Department of Biochemistry
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