Does your ali file segment matches one in PDB file? If you have chain A in
PDB file, and don't specify that in ali file, and top file, you might get
in trouble. Add MODEL-SEGMENT in your top, make sure it is in PDB file and
in the second line of an ali file.
Check the manual for more details...
I hope this helps,
On Thu, 18 Jul 2002, Frederico Moreno wrote:
> I'm using a correct pdb files. I got this message
> below. What's wrong?
> openf5__224_> Open 11 OLD SEQUENTIAL
> rdpdb___303E> No atoms were read from the specified
> input PDB file:
> 1) Possibly because an
> incorrect/non-existent PDB file is specified.
> 2) Possibly because the segment is
> specified incorrectly in the
> alignment file or by the TOP
> variable MODEL_SEGMENT. That is,
> the beginning residue number and/or
> chain id in MODEL_SEGMENT
> may not be found in the input PDB
> file; MODEL_SEGMENT: 1:
> To find out more, switch on maximal
> output by 'SET OUTPUT_CONTROL = 1 1 1 1 2'
> rdabrk__288W> Protein not accepted: 1
> rdabrk__290E> Number of residues in the alignment and
> pdb files are different: 237 0
> For alignment entry: 1
> recover____E> ERROR_STATUS >= STOP_ON_ERROR: 1
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