[gmx-users] How to add iron parameter?
jalemkul at vt.edu
Wed Oct 15 22:19:00 CEST 2014
On 10/15/14 2:05 PM, Johnny Lu wrote:
> Pure md doesn't deal with complex orbitals well, I guess. Hydrogen bonds in
> pure md is not directional, as it should be.
> can molecular dynamics (md) simulate heavy metals, like iron, which have d
> I heard that even calcium is a bit troublesome in md.
Most multivalent ions are extremely poor representations in additive force
fields. I wouldn't trust any Fe3+ in an MM force field.
> On Wed, Oct 15, 2014 at 1:22 PM, Guangyu Zhu <gzhu at hwi.buffalo.edu> wrote:
>> Hi, I’m a beginner of gromacs. I want to do simulation for a protein with
>> protein with ferrous or ferric. But there is no iron in force field. What
>> is easiest way to do it? Can I just add a few lines to aminocids.rtp, like
>> [ atoms]
>> FE FE 3.0000 0
>> [ bonds]
>> [ angles ]
>> [ impropers ]
>> [ dihedrals ]
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