I run the ligand docking protocol to dock a small chemical to protein.
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Hi Everyone, I was wondering if anyone knows how to set path for saving output pdb files in Rosetta protein docking. I was using following command line to run protein docking, didn't found any saved output pdb files.
/path to/rosetta_2014.35.57232_bundle/main/source/bin/rosetta_scripts.default.linuxgccdebug @docking.options -parser:protocol docking_full.xml -database /path to/database/ -out:suffix _full -nstruct 50 > docking_full.log -restore_pre_talaris_2013_behavior
I am doing unbound docking and i believe I have enough biological info to locate the binding interface and rough orientation. Doing the docking manually (or with the low res protocol) suggests that there's some conformational change in the interface that I would like to model. I'm guessing this is not something that I can accomplish with the old docking_protocol commandline app. I did see a flexible_bb_docking option but that appears to be undocumented? Maybe I can do this via the ensembles options?
I am trying to dock the variable domains of an antibody with its protein target in docking 2. The structure of the variable antibody domains are predicted from homology. I have a few different antibody and for all except one this works fine. One however gives the error message Prepack step failed. Check your input files. I have repredicted the structure of the antibody with various programs, but it keep on failing. What can the problem be? Is there any online program (in Rosie for instance) where I can check my input before I try to dock?
So, I have a pdb complex of a virus and antibody and I wanted to compute the binding energy of the given complex. I know that I need to use InterfaceAnalyzer for this task, but the problem is that the input of the InterfaceAnalyzer application is a resfile. So, how am I supposed to connect these two, the resfile and the pdb file ?
Did anyone do ensemble docking using rosetta3.4?
I don't know how to prepare those seemed like energy score(lowres_reference_energies_ , and highres_reference_energies_ from source code) at
the end of pdblist file?
An example of the pdblist is below:
Recently, I had a chance to see a presentation about coupled_moves. There is hardly any information about it since the paper isn't published yet but I figured I would give it a try anyway. What I want to do is to redesign enzyme specificity for a new substrate . The problem is including rotamers library of my new substrate.
I created ligand rotamers with Frog2 (no acces to MOE or OpenEye) and created params files with:
"molfile_2_params.py rotamers.mol2 --conformers-in-one-file".
Suppose I have two proteins A and B. I know they bind but I don't know the conformation of the complex. There is a region of interest in the surface of protein A, and I have reasons to believe that A and B DO NOT bind through this region. How can I use Rosetta to DISCARD a docking interface?
I apologize if this has been asked before, but I couldn't seem to find any information on it. Is the EnsembleDock protocol available in Rosetta3.5? I don't see a specific executable for it in the rosetta/source/bin directory. Do I just use -l <pdblist> instead of -s <pdbfile> in the normal docking protocol? And can I still use constraints in EnsembleDock?