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I am working on the Pyrosetta tutorial and I am trying to use protein fragments. Howevere there is a problem since the Robetta server keep on failing.
I am submitting this fasta file.
Is there anything wrong with my fasta format-
I am using the docking_protocol.linux for high resolution complex. I found there are many parameters in *.fasc file such as:
fa_atr fa_dun fa_rep fa_sol hack_elec hbond_bb_sc hbond_lr_bb hbond_sc hbond_sr_bb interchain_contact interchain_env interchain_pair interchain_vdw.
So, I am wondering which one would be a measurement for final model selection?
BTW, could this protocol support MPI multiple CPU running?
Does anyone know whether the packing option "packing::explicit_h2o" and "packing::solvate" work out in Rosetta3.1?
This paper "A 'Solvated Rotamer' Approach to Modeling Water-Mediated Hydrogen Bonds at Protein–Protein Interfaces" said that Rosetta could recover water-mediated h-bond using a rotamer library called Solvated Rotamer. How to use it, add "explicit_h2o" or "solvate" flag ? But I read the code of Rosetta3.1 and couldn't find the source code implemented these two option.
I am using rosetta for abintio calculations for a while now. I am curious to know what are other parameter other than mentioned in the documentation, to play with to simulate protein size of 150 aminoacids. I am not really satisfied with the results obtained with typical parameters and wondering my laptop took only like one hour to complete the job ( but heard previously it is computationally intensive process)
Here is my flag file
Is it possible to use the relax app to relax an structure while restraining the C-alpha coordinates to their initial positions in order to stop things blowing up? There seems to be an option -constrain_relax_to_start_coords but it doesn't appear to have much effect when I tried using it.
thanks for your help!