[phenixbb] CIF for Thiol-substituted DNA

Mark A. White mawhite at utmb.edu
Wed Aug 6 08:30:46 PDT 2014


Hello,

I have a diThiol substituted phosphate on a CYT residue (C2S: S1P & S2P
in place of O1P & O2P).  So far I have tried using phenix.elbow to
produce a CIF, but with limited success.  First, the links to the
neighbouring nucleotides are not created.  I could just add a links.cif
to the input, but this would not include the DNA angle restraints.
Second, the sugar-base chirality is not preserved, although it is listed
in the CIF file.  

Is there a better way to produce a substituted DNA, similar to the
example of adding the O5T to 5pho GUA?  

Also, why is the sugar-base chirality not preserved if it is in the CIF?
C2S chir_03  C1'     O4'      N1     C2'    positiv

the comand:
    phenix.elbow --do-all dt15_C.pdb
produced:
    elbow.C2S.dt15_C_pdb.001.cif



Thanks,
Mark

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