[phenixbb] modification of nonbonded geo restraints between symmetry mates
Nigel W Moriarty
NWMoriarty at lbl.gov
Tue Feb 3 09:42:09 PST 2009
Currently you have to have LINK records in your model.pdb that contain
the symmetry details and use
to generate the correct "edits". I'll have to look into putting the
smarts into the metal_coordinate code.
On 2/3/09 9:26 AM, Alejandro Buschiazzo wrote:
> Thank you Nigel!
> I'll try this immediately.
> ...in the meantime, I still have a question for you : will this handle
> as well the coordination with atoms on symmetry-related protein
> neighbors? (don't see those in the elbow.edits that
> phenix.metal_coordination generates...or am I missing something silly here?)
> Nigel W Moriarty wrote:
>> There are a number of options. The most direct is to use
>> phenix.metal_coordination --use-default-bondlengths=1 model.pdb
>> to get an "edits" file which contains a number of bond and angle
>> directives for phenix.refine. Without the --use-default-bondlengths
>> option, the bonds in the model.pdb are used as ideal distances. With
>> the option, the ideal values are quantum chemical calculated distances.
>> Always look in the edits file to make sure it contains the restraints
>> you want. You can remove some (angles are the most likely candidates)
>> and add if desired.
>> You can also run
>> phenix.ready_set model.pdb
>> which will generate the "edits" file and add hydrogens to your model.
>> On 2/3/09 3:10 AM, Alejandro Buschiazzo wrote:
>>> Dear PHENIX users,
>>> I wonder what is the 'correct' way of (re)defining geometric restraints
>>> among atoms.
>>> Here's what I need to do : I have several cations that are chelated by
>>> protein residues; some of them involve residues from the same monomer,
>>> yet others involve atoms from both the ASU monomer as well as crystal
>>> neighbors (i.e. symmetry mates).
>>> I see that in the .geo file, these parameters are taken into account as
>>> nonbonded simple and nonbonded asu respectively ... how can I change the
>>> ideal distances to get proper Zn+2 coordination bonds for both kind of
>>> Thank you in advance for your help!
Nigel W. Moriarty
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