jalemkul at vt.edu
Tue Jul 8 13:46:33 CEST 2014
On 7/8/14, 6:16 AM, RINU KHATTRI wrote:
> hello every one
> now i am using command
> perl inflategro.pl system.gro 4 DPPC 14 system_inflated.gro 5 area.dat
> grompp -f minim.mdp -c dppc128.gro -p topol_dppc.top -o em.tpr -maxwarn
> mdrun -deffnm em
> perl inflategro.pl confout.gro 0.95 DPPC 0 system_shrink1.gro 5 area_shrink1.dat
> so i have to follow all four command again and again or any thing
> else i am using second third and fourth command but all time result is
You don't repeat commands verbatim over and over again. Think about it - that
wouldn't accomplish anything; you'd just keep doing the same manipulations on
the same coordinates. Do you understand the approach that is being applied here?
The above sequence is not even correct; you appear to be trying to do an energy
minimization of just DPPC. Follow the tutorial exactly and don't issue commands
out of order. Visualize the output of every step so you understand what is
going on. There is a reason this approach and the tutorial itself are a bit
more advanced; I can't spell out every single detail here.
To (very) briefly summarize what you need to do: if you have successfully
inflated, minimized, and shrunk the system once, you need to take the current
output (system_shrink1.gro) and minimize it. I would suggest avoiding default
file names here to avoid confusion. Call the minimized structure confout1.gro
instead of just confout.gro, and then shrink that again by a fact of 0.95 to
create system_shrink2.gro, then minimize that (obtain confout2.gro), shrink
it...on and on until you achieve a sensible structure, as judged by the APL.
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
School of Pharmacy
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