[phenixbb] Restraints file for a new amino acid residue
noel at salk.edu
Mon Aug 16 09:54:14 PDT 2010
I sent you the associated pdb file as an attachment. The site in question is 169 in both monomer A and monomer B. I think one way around the problem for me is to create alternative conformations for the residues on either end of the modified cysteine. In that way I can refine each as a section of alternative conformations and then I think things should link up both in Phenix and COOT. COOT is particularly problematic. It only recognizes conformer A and not any additional conformers for a particular position if the name of the amino acid changes. I guess my case is not that common - ie a mixture of oxidation states of a regular amino acid.
Joseph P. Noel, Ph.D.
Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
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