Re: AMBER: xleap don't recognize formaldehyde?

From: David A. Case <>
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2004 11:56:30 -0700

On Tue, Apr 27, 2004, scopio wrote:
> I have a pdb contains a residue called 'FOR'. It consists of only two
> atoms which are C atom and O atom. I think 'FOR' stand for formaldehyde.
> My problem is that Xleap don't recognize this residue.

You need to create a formaldehyde residue. The simplest way to do this
is to use the antechamber suite, although formaldehyde is so simple you
could almost do it "by hand" using xleap. (The "biotin/strepavidin" tutorial
has a example of building a new residue inside leap.)

....good luck...dac

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