[gmx-users] Query on g_mmpbsa in gromacs
jalemkul at vt.edu
Tue Mar 29 11:55:57 CEST 2016
On 3/29/16 1:25 AM, Prasanna Dr wrote:
> Thanks for your quick response.
> AMBER mmpbsa does amino-acid pairwise residue decomposition. Pairwise
> decomposition energy is very suitable input for weighted network analysis
> (to understand the information flow between residues and to find key
> amino-acids of a functional protein). I tried to convert gromacs parameters
> into AMBER parameters, but I couldn't get success as I am using modified
> force field in gromacs. So values of pairwise residue decomposition is
> important for further analysis (Reference:
> http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.biochem.5b00946). I want do similar
> kind of analysis as of reference article using g_mmpbsa (rashmikumari and
> group) of gromacs.
There is a help forum for g_mmpbsa that may be more suitable for this question
(as g_mmpbsa is not an official GROMACS program):
> Probably you can find a way to compute a number with this non-GROMACS tool.
> But is there any evidence to support that such a number will mean anything?
> MM force fields are pairwise additive, not decomposable.
> On Mon, 28 Mar 2016 14:37 Prasanna Dr <adveirprasanna at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have been using g_mmpbsa of Rashhmi Kumari and group to calculate
>> energy of lipids in protein-lipid complex. I got a quite good results with
>> g_mmpbsa. Now, In my next step I need to perform network analysis where
>> pairwise interaction energy from mmpbsa will be considered.
>> I have 450 aminoacids and 2 lipids in the system. After mmpbsa i have
>> generated residue decomposition energy of aminoacids with lipid (not
>> between aminoacids) as shown below (for example purpose)
>> 1 1.0784
>> 2 -0.0261
>> 3 0.9493
>> 4 0.0206
>> 5 -0.0583
>> 6 0.0061
>> 7 -0.0278
>> While running mmpbsa my first input was protein and second input was lipid
>> (in place of ligand). Now I have interaction energy of each aminoacid with
>> lipid .
>> Now, I need interaction energy between aminoacids. like 1st aminoacid
>> remaining 499 aminoacid and 2nd with remaining 449 aminoacids and so on.
>> Is it possible to calculate interaction energy between amnoacids and with
>> lipids using g_mmpbsa (n X n matrix of energy values) ?
>> D R Prasanna
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