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I followed the tutorial, and did docking. Now, I can see that the complex structure that I predicted is completely match the true complex structure. But, when I use TMalign and TMscore, they give me something like the following:
Name of Chain_1: predicted.pdb
Name of Chain_2: true.pdb
Length of Chain_1: 289 residues
Length of Chain_2: 579 residues
TM-score= 1.00000 (if normalized by length of Chain_1)
TM-score= 0.49914 (if normalized by length of Chain_2)
I want to dock two proteins. I have some constraints between residues of different chain (here chain A and B).
For residues number 15 of chain A, and residue number 271 of chain B, I have the following information:
The minimum distance between residues is 0, and the maximum distance is 6.
How can I add constrain for something like this case (I mean when residues are in different chain)? How can I specify that residues are in diffrent chain?
Hi My name is Jong hui Hong
I'm trying to dock the ligand which has 5 chemical linked via covalent bond( ACE-UB4-DPP-GLY-GVE) using Rosetta-Scripts
I changed ligand residue name into PRD and made conformer using obabel , made paramter file using molfile_to_params.py without any problem
but when I run docking using rosetta_scripts.linuxgccrelease
I got the following error
I followed pyrosetta tutorials for docking. I did something like the following:
scorefxn_low = create_score_function("interchain_cen")
jd = PyJobDistributor("output", 100, scorefxn_low) while not jd.job_complete: cen_pose.assign(starting_cen_pose) dock_lowres.apply(cen_pose) jd.output_decoy(cen_pose)
Then, I selected the candiddate with lowest score.
I'm trying to run the demo files of RosettaMP and it fails in the last docking step. We were able to prepack the files normally , but the last command throws error:
core.chemical.GlobalResidueTypeSet: Finished initializing centroid residue type set. Created 62 residue types
core.chemical.GlobalResidueTypeSet: Total time to initialize 0.016093 seconds.
protocols.docking.DockingProtocol: FOLD_TREE EDGE 81 1 1 EDGE 1 40 -1 EDGE 1 61 2 EDGE 61 80 -1 EDGE 61 41 -1
I have a *.pdb file of one protein. I need to do protein protein docking for this protein (I have the original one and I will also make a duplicate of it). What is the best way to combine the original one and the duplicated in one pdb file (I'm doing this to prepare the final pdb for docking).
i am new to pyrosetta and I am having some issues with making sure I am undocking properly.
I have a pdb file with a receptor with a receptor, 2 metal ions, a cofactor and then a substrate. It is arranged in a pdb file, with the receptor + metals beeing chain A, cofactor B, ligand X.
how do i unbind only the X chain properly? The tutorial is set up for a different problem, and i am struggling to valdidate the results. It also said that you could use
Dear sir and madam,
I have met with the unfavourable addition of 2 Hydrogen atoms onto sulfonamide Nitrogen instead one (NH2 instead of NH) on a ligand during the coupled_moves docking application runs. It is perfomed by the following command: