[gmx-users] Archaeal lipid packages for Gromos 53A6
jalemkul at vt.edu
Tue Aug 12 17:12:35 CEST 2014
On 8/12/14, 11:08 AM, Wainwright, Josh wrote:
> Thanks for the prompt response Justin. We are working with protein fragments with between 1 and 3 helices.
> I've noticed that Anirban Ghosh made a tutorial based on yours, and he used Gromos43a1 for a GPCR (7 helices) in bacterial membranes (POPC in his case, as opposed to DPPC in your case with the model KALP-15 protein). Do you think 43a1 is a good alternative, or is there any other forcefield you would recommend?
43A1 or 54A7 would probably be better.
> I've also seen people recommend CHARMM36.
CHARMM36 has excellent lipid parameters, better than Berger for most observables.
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
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