[phenixbb] Restraints file for a new amino acid residue
kip at pharm.stonybrook.edu
Wed Nov 14 11:55:36 PST 2012
It may be a good idea to open your cif file in a text
editor and check that the residue type is specified
-- in this case, it should be "L-peptide"
Here's a few lines for the alanine cif file as an example.
Note where it says "L-peptide" -- I could be wrong but I
believe this enables phenix to recognize that it should be
linked (form bonds) with adjacent amino acid residues.
Sometimes Elbow will create a cif file that says "Ligand"
in this field, which may be related to the "missing bond"
This previous discussion may also be helpful:
Example Alanine cif file:
ALA ALA 'Alanine' L-peptide 10 5 .
On Wed, 14 Nov 2012 10:13:58 -0800
Nigel Moriarty <nwmoriarty at lbl.gov> wrote:
> It should link automatically if the criteria as listed in
>the previous post
> are followed. You can check it in the .geo file. I'm
>happy to take a look
> at it if you send me the model or even just the three
>residues involved on
> NB. Any files sent to me will be held in strictest
> On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 10:07 AM, Agnes Thiane Pereira
> agnes_thiane at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> We are trying to refine a protein structure with a
>> modified residue. The colosest discussion to our problem
>> We ran:
>> phenix.elbow --residue SSC ourmodel.pdb
>> And read the due cif file at phenix refinement. The
>>residue by itself is OK, but we were
>> not able to perform the peptide bond between C and N.
>> How to complete the .cif file such that it has due
>> the peptide bond with this modified residue?
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>> phenixbb at phenix-online.org
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