[gmx-users] Unknown cmap torsion between atoms
xiang_ning at yahoo.com
xiang_ning at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 28 02:10:55 CEST 2014
Thanks a lot! I deleted the forcefield at the end of the top file and missed the forcefield at the beginning! Now I can run the minimization. Thanks again for all your assistance!
From: Xiang Ning
Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 5:20 PM
To: Justin Lemkul, gromacs.org_gmx-users at maillist.sys.kth.se
Thank you very much for your assistance. I divided the system into protein, lipid, water and ions, and ran pdb2gmx to obtain the top files, and converted the top files to itp files by deleted force filed file, [system] and [molecules] in the end of the top files. And then, I combine these files into one top file: system.top, it is like the below:
; Include forcefield parameters
; Include protein topology
; Include lipid topology
; Include water topology
; Position restraint for each water oxygen
[ position_restraints ]
; i funct fcx fcy fcz
1 1 1000 1000 1000
; Include topology for ions
[ system ]
[ molecules ]
; Compound #mols
However, there is a fatal error when I used this system.top ran "grompp -f minim.mdp -c system.gro -p system.top -o system.tpr":
Syntax error - File forcefield.itp, line 9
Last line read:
'1 2 yes 1.0 1.0'
Found a second defaults directive.
I would like to know, how can I combine the itp files into one correct top file?
Thank you very much!
On Wednesday, August 27, 2014 11:41 AM, Xiang Ning <xiang_ning at yahoo.com> wrote:
Sorry I missed the reply for yesterday. So the atoms are mostly from my peptide: 319: atom C of VAL, 321: N of ILE, 323: CA of ILE, 338, C of ILE, and one from lipid POPC: 341: atom N of POPC. I just used "pdb2gmx -f box.gro -p box.top" to obtain the top file of the whole system, which including water, protein, lipid and ions. It generated several itp file and one top file. The CMAP is in "box_Protein.itp", which included the itp file of protein and lipid. After that, I ran grompp, and then the problem "unknown cmap torsion" occurred. I think the torsion was because it can not tell apart the last peptide atom and the first lipid atom. Could you please let me know how to solve this problem? Thanks a lot!
On Wednesday, August 27, 2014 10:23 AM, Justin Lemkul <jalemkul at vt.edu> wrote:
On 8/27/14, 10:14 AM, Xiang Ning wrote:
> Hi all,
> I was trying to put a protein inside the membrane (generated by Charmm-Gui and I made some modification). I used "editconf -f protein.gro -o conf.gro -box (my box demension x y z)" and then "genbox -cp conf.gro -cs lipid_water_ion.gro -o box.gro" to remove the overlapped lipids. It looks fine in VWD, no overlap between protein and lipids occurred, but when I ran "grompp -f minim.mdp -c box.gro -p box.top -o box.tpr", it showed "Unknown cmap torsion between atoms 319 321 323 338 341". I try to built the box in several other ways, this problem kept occurring. So I searched for previous solution, and found the patch "0001-Fix-pdb2gmx-merge-cmap.patch" may fix the problem. However, I cannot use this patch because it needs to install in the source directory, but the Gromacs 4.5 I used is installed in our university system, I am not able to put the patch in the source directory.
> So I would like to know, can I put the patch in my work directory to make it work? It asked "file to patch" if I put it in my work directory, so which file I need to patch? Or are there any other method can solve the problem for "Unknown cmap torsion between atoms"? I used charmm36 force field for all atom by the way.
> Thanks very much for your attention and assistance!
See reply from yesterday:
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
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