AMBER: overlap between HE and OE in GLH

From: Hailong Lin <hailong.lin.stud.man.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 16:49:36 +0100

Hi, dear experts:
I am using amber7 working on the enzyme having protonated glutamic acids. Minimisation and molecular dynamics, which start from better structures, always generate the overlap between HE and OE in GLH and make the structures worse, even though amber has some information about GLH in the all_amino94.lib file. i was trying to correct some of the overlap manually, but the more steps MD run, the more overlaps it got.
Do i need to form a non-standard residue named GLH? I hope not..
Or it is better to freeze the GLHs in the enzyme. If i need to freeze the residues or some atoms in those residues, can i freeze the internal coordinates of those atoms rather than the absolute positions in the space. ( i may not express myself very clearly at this point. i mean i'd like to freeze the -OOH parts of GLHs like how we freeze the bond length and bond angles in Gaussian rather than freeze the cartesian coordinates )

cheers
hailong

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