[phenixbb] Arg, Glu, etc. naming conventions
pafonine at lbl.gov
Mon Feb 15 00:29:46 PST 2016
hm... this is strange as I can't remember any relevant changes that
would trigger this behavior..
Do you have two PDB files, one from old and one from new Phenix versions
that exemplify the problem (preferably with REMARK 3 headers that show
Phenix version number)?
Could it be the other way around: coot's convention is now different
from phenix? Phenix uses GeoStd geometry library which doesn't change
much apart from adding new entries.
This is rather Nigel's domain so he may comment on this more. However, I
would say we need more specific information to investigate this.
> Apparently a torsion angle of –180° is considered very different from 0° because of the NH1.NH2 names. And the phenix convention is now different from coot.
> Mark A. Saper, Ph.D.
> Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry, U-M Medical School
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> On Feb 14, 2016, at 4:07 PM, Eckhard Hofmann <eckhard.hofmann at bph.ruhr-uni-bochum.de> wrote:
>> Dear Mark,
>> I think Oleg is in the process of writing a little routine to fix problems in pdbs with regard to order of atoms in residues and such. Maybe fixing naming conventions could/will be included.
>> Am 14.02.2016 um 19:37 schrieb Mark A Saper:
>>> Phenix 1.10.1 is flagging several of my Arg residues with bad dihedral angles. Phenix is much more strict about NH1, NH2 naming conventions then 6 months ago. Can these be fixed with PDB Tools? How? Many thanks in advance.
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