[gmx-users] Flat bottom position restraints
sabine.reisser at kit.edu
Fri Feb 13 14:03:19 CET 2015
Ok, I figured it out. With inverse FB pos res, the atoms are pushed away
from there initial positions. Compare attached pdf, which shows the z
coordinate of the first atom of 3 peptides, with and without the
position restraints defined below.
Since you cannot define the direction to which the atoms/peptides are
pushed, this doesn't help in my case.
Am 13.02.2015 12:14, schrieb Sabine Reisser:
> I want to use inverse FB pos res to construct a layer in the xy plane
> where my peptides are not allowed to go, to facilitate binding to the
> upper leaflet of my membrane instead of to the lower leaflet of the
> neighboring periodic image.
> In the manual it says I need three parameters
> r (nm)
> k (force constant).
> g would be 5 because I have a layer with a normal parallel to the
> z-axis. k is also clear. r would be the thickness of the layer.
> However, when I invert the restraints I understand I would have to give
> the reference position manually (in the manual: "it is possible to
> invert the restrained region with the unrestrained region, leading to a
> potential that acts to keep the particle outside of the volume defined
> by R_i , g, and r_fb").
> How do I define the reference position R_i?
> [ position_restraints ]
> 1 2 5 -1 1000
> doesn't give an error in grompp but I don't see how mdrun can know where
> to put the layer. Additional parameters are not allowed.
> I'd be thankful for a hint on this.
Dipl. Phys. Sabine Reißer
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Institute of Physical Chemistry
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