[gmx-users] Effect of a single mutation in a protein
jalemkul at vt.edu
Wed Mar 26 18:41:50 CET 2014
On 3/26/14, 10:57 AM, Pappu Kumar wrote:
> I did 50 ns MD simulation of WT and mutant protein in gromacs with
> Amber ff99sb. The mutation alters the function of the protein. The RMSD
> and RMSF differences in WT and mutant are <1 A. I also calculated the change in entropy of the water molecules around 4 A by
> Schilter's formula which seems to change in case of the mutation. Let me know how to
> calculate the H-bonding lifetime of the water during the simulation.
g_hbond has options to do this; see g_hbond -h.
> Further I plotted the PC1 of C-alpha atoms of WT with the PC1 of the
> mutant. I am wondering if it makes sense to compare PC1 from different
> trajectories. Please suggest me some possible analysis. Thank you.
Only if those PC's are comparable; more interesting would likely be projecting
the configurations of the mutant simulation on WT PC1 to see the overlap in
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