[phenixbb] Error with Phenix refine after adding ligand
pafonine at lbl.gov
Mon Jan 22 21:46:20 PST 2018
I can have a closer look into this issue if : a) you send me all
relevant input files, and b) describe what you did (step-by-step) so
that I try to reproduce your steps up to the crash and then see how we
can address this.
If you choose to send files, please make sure to send them to my email
address, not the entire mailing list!
On 1/22/18 21:20, Mian-Chee Gor wrote:
> Hello all,
> I run into this problem when I tried to refine my protein structure
> after adding ligand.
> The ligand that I am adding is a malonate, and the 3-letter chemical
> code is MLI. I add the ligand using Coot and it fit perfectly into the
> electron density map.
> I then tried to run phenix.refine by giving the protein structure pdb
> file, the original mtz file and the protein sequence fasta file.
> However, there was an error message saying missing restraints for the
> ligand. So I generate the CIF file for the ligand using the Ready Set
> icon in the toolbar. The ligand CIF file and a updated protein
> structure pdb file was generated and automatically added to the
> refinement windows. However, when I run the refinement, I saw this
> error message: Number of nonbonded interaction distances <0.001:2.
> Please inspect the output above (or in the log window) and correct the
> input model file.
> When I inspect the log window, the error is due to the oxygen atoms in
> the ligand being too close to each other. Why is there an error if the
> ligand was generated automatically in Phenix? Has anyone encounter
> this problem before? How do you solve that?
> Many thanks in advance!
> Dr Mian-Chee Gor
> Research Fellow
> Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD)
> Don Young Road, Nathan, QLD 4111
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> Email: m.gor at griffith.edu.au <mailto:m.gor at griffith.edu.au>
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