[gmx-users] Error regarding pdb2gmx of modified residue
zebamir85 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 2 07:52:35 CET 2018
Actually, the pdb file which I'm trying to execute for topology generation,
has one residue (TYR15) is modified to phosphorylated tyrosine. Once I'm
directing to command prompt for selection of termini, N-terminus is fine
where it is needed for GLN-2, but the app asking C-terminus for THR-14
which lies before TYR-15 (in this case TP2-15 which is explained in
aforementioned email). I will attach the snap right here to let you clear
Select start terminus type for GLN-2
Start terminus GLN-2: NH3+
Select end terminus type for THR-14
End terminus THR-14: COO-
Opening force field file ./charmm36-jul2017.ff/merged.arn
So, I don't why am I getting this comment? The C-terminal residue of my pdb
file is SER-287. Please let me know if possible why C-terminus is needed
for THR-14 of the pdb file? If you kindly need more information, I will go
Also, some has faced the similar issue here:
But I couldn't follow, how to resolve it?
On Mon, Jan 1, 2018 at 9:58 PM, Mark Abraham <mark.j.abraham at gmail.com>
> I would rename those atoms exactly as the .tdb file in your force field
> expects. And if that doesn't work, try deleting them and having pdb2gmx
> rebuild them.
> On Mon, Jan 1, 2018 at 5:53 AM Amir Zeb <zebamir85 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi gmx users,
> > Wishing you all a very happy new year 2k18.
> > I have modified a particular Tyr residue to phosphorylated Tyr and
> > as TP2 per forcefield recognizable name. I have used:
> > gmx pdb2gmx -f xxx.pdb -o xxx.gro -ignh -ter (as full command)
> > C36m ff
> > Gromacs v5.0.6
> > NH3+ as N-terminus
> > COO- as C-terminus
> > TIP3P water model
> > I am getting error:
> > Fatal error:
> > Atom OXT in residue SER 287 was not found in rtp entry SER with 11 atoms
> > while sorting atoms.
> > The C-terminus of my pdb file is pasted right here:
> > ATOM 4538 OC1 SER A 287
> > ATOM 4539 OC2 SER A 287
> > TER 4540 SER A 287
> > END
> > I am aware of that SER 287 is C-terminus residue but by which name
> should i
> > replace the terminal oxygen to cope with this error?
> > Looking forward for your kind suggestions.
> > Thanks in advance!
> > ~Amir
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