[gmx-users] Ris: position restraint single atom
jalemkul at vt.edu
Wed Feb 15 17:38:51 CET 2017
On 2/15/17 11:10 AM, Andrea Spitaleri wrote:
> How Larger? I used 1000
No idea, but that's the first thing I'd try if using two atoms to resist the
motion of thousands of others.
> -------- Messaggio originale --------
> Oggetto: Re: [gmx-users] position restraint single atom
> Da: Justin Lemkul
> A: gmx-users at gromacs.org
> On 2/15/17 9:33 AM, Andrea Spitaleri wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I have a dsDNA and I'd like to restraint just two atoms, O3' and O5'
>> respectively, in order to mimic the anchor-like to a solid support. I have
>> create ad hoc posre.itp file but for some reason the DNA-anchor is moving too
>> much from the starting position. I would expect more rigidity around the two
>> atoms. Does it sound strange to you? I mean, I was expecting oscillation of the
>> whole DNA but keeping the anchors fixed. Are two atoms too little to get this
>> kind behaviour (i.e. DNA-anchor)? The constant force is 1000 kJ/mol nm^2.
>> Any help/comments on this are welcome.
> What about using a larger force constant? Trying to impede the motion of an
> entire dsDNA using only two atoms as restraints might be difficult to accomplish.
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