[gmx-users] situation where ligand is connected to amino acid
jalemkul at vt.edu
Wed Jan 3 14:18:17 CET 2018
On 1/2/18 9:40 PM, Zheng Ruan wrote:
> Hi Ming and Justin,
> I have the same situation in which my protein has a cysteine residue
> covalently linked to a drug. I'm regularly using amber99sb-ildn force
> field. Is there existing tools that can help parameterize the modified
> residue? Thank you!
Sure, antechamber, RED (PyRED) server, etc.
> On Tue, Jan 2, 2018 at 8:04 PM, Justin Lemkul <jalemkul at vt.edu> wrote:
>> On 1/2/18 2:59 PM, MD wrote:
>>> Hi Gromacs folks,
>>> I want to simulation a protein complexed with a ligand. However, the
>>> protein covalently bonded with the ligand via N-C bond. The ligand has a
>>> size of 27 atoms. The solution I could think of now is to create a
>>> amino acid which includes both the amino acid side chain and the connected
>>> ligand in rtp and make modifications in ffbonded.itp accordingly.
>>> I wonder if there is another route to get this done?
>> Your approach is correct.
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