Re: [AMBER] Non-Standard Residues Problems

From: FyD <>
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2011 16:07:00 +0200

Dear David,

You could try R.E.D. Server; we just released a new feature about
fragments related to amino acids. You provide a single input for your
new dipeptide to R.E.D. Server and FF libraries with RESP or ESP
charges (in the mol2 file format) are automatically generated for the
dipeptide + its three corresponding fragments (central, N-termnal &
C-terminal amino acid fragments). No need anymore to add information
about specific constraints during the fitting step, R.E.D. Server does
directly the job.

regards, Francois

Quoting David Cantu <>:

> Dear Amber Users/Developers,
> We have a protein, which has a phosphopantethiene group (call it resiude
> PPP) attached to a serine (through a P-O bond). We tried loading this
> Ser-PPP residue into antechamber, but failed.
> If we load the PPP by itself, using Antechamber, a hydrogen will take the
> place of the P-O bond. We cannot load it with an open valence. Any ideas no
> how to load both the PPP and Ser as a non-standard resiude? We need the
> correct parameters for the P-O bond.
> Thank you,
> David

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