[phenixbb] phosphate stereochemistry
pafonine at lbl.gov
Fri Jan 6 08:15:37 PST 2012
phenix.refine always generates a *.geo file that lists all the geometry
restraints (bonds, angles, planarities, chiralities, dihedral,
non-bonded, ncs(if any)) used in refinement for all atoms. For each
restraint it list current model value, target (library) value, etc.
Can you have a look at *.geo file for O-P bonds in question? May be this
gives a hint about what's going on?
On 1/6/12 4:31 AM, Luca Pellegrini wrote:
> I have noticed that Phenix mangles O-P bond lengths and angles in the phosphate groups of my DNA chain (example in pict attached). This only happens to 3 out of 28 phosphates. The refined protein-DNA structure does not present any other unusual stereochemistry issues and refinement runs normally. Could anybody advice on what is going on and how to fix this, please?
> I am using Phenix-1.7.3-928. Refinement is with default target weights, hydrogens on and does not include simulated annealing. I could make the stereochemistry targets more stringent, but the default values seem strict enough (bond and angle rmsd is 0.005 and 1.225).
> Luca Pellegrini
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