[gmx-users] LIE method
jalemkul at vt.edu
Sun Jan 12 16:50:43 CET 2014
On 1/12/14, 12:03 AM, Mahboobeh Eslami wrote:
> dear Justin thanks for your reply
> is the rerun energies needed only for protein ligand complex? do the ligand in
> water simulation need the rerun energies?
Both. It wouldn't make sense to re-calculate energies from one PME system, then
try to take the difference of the energies from another system where the same
correction hasn't been applied.
> thanks a lot
> On Sunday, January 12, 2014 1:11 AM, Justin Lemkul <jalemkul at vt.edu> wrote:
> On 1/11/14, 2:07 AM, Mahboobeh Eslami wrote:
> > hi dear GMX users
> > I simulated protein-ligand complex for 20 nanoseconds. I want to calculate
> free energy by LIE method so I simulated ligand in water in the same conditions.
> I used PME and full periodic boundary conditions in my simulations so I wrote a
> new .mdp file that didn't use PME (I used cut off) and used following command
> for protein-ligand complex simulation:
> > mdrun -s newtpr.tpr -rerun full20ns.xtc
> > then I extract -Elj and -Eqq of ligand in water simulation and use g_lie command.
> > are these steps sufficient. is the stage or another commandnecessary?
> If the protein-ligand simulation was done with PME as well, then you need to get
> the rerun energies, as well.
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Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
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School of Pharmacy
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