jalemkul at vt.edu
Mon Feb 23 13:37:07 CET 2015
On 2/23/15 1:04 AM, marzieh dehghan wrote:
> Hi every body
> 1- In the phosphate group, we have 4 oxygen atoms that bond to the
> phosphate. Two of them are as follow: CH2-O-P-OH and the others include:
> - A double bond is on the top of phosphor atom
> - A OH group is at the bottom of phosphor atom
> We put the atom type of OH group as OA, but We would like to know atom type
> of each oxygen bounded to phosphate group. Because we cannot decide between
> OA (hydroxyl, sugar or ester oxygen) and OM (carboxyl oxygen).
OM. See ATP as an example in the .rtp file.
> 2- If we can't find dihedral parameters of covalent bond for
> ffbound.itp, please let us know, can we left blank it?
> we are looking forward to getting your nice answer
Simply leaving it out is a very poor idea. You can't just ignore hard problems
:) Dihedrals are not compulsory, in theory, because they are really just
correction factors for imbalances in nonbonded interactions, so most 1-4
interactions require dihedrals. Phosphates are particularly important, because
there can be considerable electrostatic attraction or repulsion with neighboring
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
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