[modeller_usage] Modelling Multiple Domains into One Multidomain Construct
Subject: [modeller_usage] Modelling Multiple Domains into One Multidomain Construct
From: "Cihan Aydin" <>
Date: Sat, 11 Jul 2009 23:34:06 -0400
Greetings Modeller community,
I am a complete noob to Modeller and I have read several papers which
point to Modeller for homology modeling.
My question is in essence "Can it be done using the Modeller?"
I have two structures for a multidomain protein (in different
conformations) from the different genus in the same family. The system I
am looking is also in the same family but different from the two I
mentioned above. I have the individual structures for each domain for my
system but I don't have the full length structure for my system. I would
like to model the individual domains onto the two full length structures
from the other genii. In addition, I also want to model the
substrate-bound forms of these domains from my system to the full length
structures from the other genii, but the full length structures in
either case does not contain the substrates. I have x-ray structures for
every one of them.
So can I use the substrate-bound or substrate-unbound x-ray structures
from my model to impose upon the full length structures? If I can, how
can I achieve it using Modeller?
Also if I read it correctly, Modeller optimizes the structure with MD
using the CHARMM potential function in vacuo. Is there a way to
incorporate the AMBER potential into Modeller and do optimization in
solvated form (e.g. in TIP3P shell)?
Finally, I was reading the Eramian et al. paper titled "How well the
accuracy of comparative protein structure models be predicted?". Is the
trained SVM available somewhere to predict the accuracy?
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