From: Matias Machado <>
Date: Thu, 19 Sep 2019 11:36:48 -0300 (UYT)

Ups! yes, David's right, I'm not :-P ... hydrogen names are always a nightmare...


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De: "David A Case" <>
Para: "AMBER Mailing List" <>
Enviados: Jueves, 19 de Septiembre 2019 11:08:07

On Thu, Sep 19, 2019, wrote:

>FATAL: Atom .R<NMET 1>.A<HN1 20> does not have a type.
>FATAL: Atom .R<NMET 1>.A<HN2 21> does not have a type.
>FATAL: Atom .R<NMET 1>.A<HN3 22> does not have a type.
>FATAL: Atom .R<ALA 2>.A<HN 11> does not have a type.

These mean that the PDB file you used has amide hydrogens with
non-standard names. Simplest thing to do is to edit the file, and
change "HN" to "H".


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