[gmx-users] From: Graduate Student protein active site inquiry
Felix Y Yang
fyy001 at ucsd.edu
Sat May 6 04:35:30 CEST 2017
Thanks for the reply.
I'm trying to test out a theory that enzymes gain "heat" from their
substrate after the catalytic reaction finishes, thus my plan to heat up
the active site. Is there a better approach to testing this theory?
How would I specify the groups?
> On 5/5/17 6:56 PM, Felix Y Yang wrote:
>> Good afternoon,
>> I am a graduate student working at UCSD, and currently working on a few
simple proteins like beta-amylase, insulin, and triosephosphate
>> in gromacs. I'm fairly new to protein simulations in general, and I would
>> like to know if there is a way to identify and isolate the active sites on
>> these proteins in an index file to heat individually from the rest of the
>> protein as part of a simulation I plan to do. Any feedback would be
greatly appreciated, thank you.
> You can specify groups as tc-grps and then corresponding groups for
> annealing. What you're proposing is extremely unphysical, though.
> Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
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