[gmx-users] NVT Equilibration error
jalemkul at vt.edu
Tue May 5 20:05:26 CEST 2015
On 5/5/15 1:59 PM, Agnivo Gosai wrote:
> As per my previous mails I checked the atoms mentioned in the long bond
> warning and the residues involved for different pdb entries ( the protein
> in question is thrombin and I looked at different pdb files available to
> see if my structure is missing any residue or atoms).
> I found that the structure used by me is not missing any atoms for the
> residues in question. So , I am confused as to why this long bond warning
> is coming. Should I do something to stop this bond from happening ?
> The bond takes place between 2429 and 2431 as per pdb2gmx warning
> ATOM 2429 OG1 THR H 229 24.393 41.044 35.727 1.00 2.93
> ATOM 2430 CG2 THR H 229 23.066 40.670 37.642 1.00 6.21
> ATOM 2431 N HIS H 230 25.280 38.177 39.029 1.00 10.19
> I am attaching two images.
> 1st image is when the molecule is put inside the box
> 2nd image is after energy minimization
> 3rd image is close up of the structure after energy minimization
None of those images is informative.
> For the 1st image VMD did not show the secondary structures of the protein
> as a STRIDE warning and error came. However the energy minimized structure
> did not show such warnings.
OK, so you had a bad structure, then it's a less bad structure.
> Any suggestions ????
What is the PDB code of the structure you are using?
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow
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