[gmx-users] SAS for membrane protein
jalemkul at vt.edu
Tue May 24 15:21:48 CEST 2016
On 5/24/16 8:43 AM, Maximilien LOPES RODRIGUES wrote:
> Hi dear gromacs users,
> It's the first time I use this mail list, I hope it will work fine.
> I have simulated a membrane protein in a lipid bilayer with water etc. Everything is fine but I now want to calculate the accessible surface of the protein. Can you help me to understand how does it work ?
> I obviously have a .gro (or .pdb) containing the system and an index file to select only the protein, lipids,...
> "gmx sasa" is the command to use. But I don't know how to only calculate the SAS of the part of the protein that is effectively in contact with water ? I mean, we have to exclude the hydrophobic surface that is in contact with lipids.
The calculation group is protein + membrane, then choose just the protein for
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
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