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"Angle constraint: 0-length bonds" error

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Enzyme Design

Hi,

I am trying to design the binding site of a protein with certain ligands and there is a common error that I encounter with various ligands (not all). The error says "Angle constraint: 0-length bonds". I checked the input structure and there are no atom clashes. I am not sure what is causing this error. If anyone has an idea, it would be a great help.

Thank you !

Purvi

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RosettaMatch

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Enzyme Design

Hi,

I was trying to run rosetta match with Rosetta/main/source/bin/match.linuxgccrelease   

The match was done successfully with older version of rosetta, but didn't work with Rosetta 3.10. It aborted because of an error of "ERROR: Assertion 'build_sets_[ build_set_id ].restype().has( "1HA" ) failed. ERROR:: Exit from: src/protocols/match/upstream/ProteinUpstreamBuilder.cc line 1210". I was wondering if there's a way to fix this. Many thanks.

 

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Enzyme Design FlexBB Protocol Bug: DNA/RNA handling

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Enzyme Design

Hi Folks,

I've been playing with the enzyme design binary application using enzymes containing DNA or RNA in the pose. The FlexBB protocol can be activated by setting the flag '-enzdes:flexbb_protocol true'. If no loop file is provided via the flag '-enz_loops_file <file>' the default  protocol behavior is to iterate through the pose to identify flexible regions in the structure for loop design. I found that having either DNA /RNA  in the pose triggers the following error consistently after cst minimization. 

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The question about FavorNativeResidue

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Enzyme Design

 I  read the paper Rosetta and the Design of Ligand Binding Sites doi:10.1007/978-1-4939-3569-7_4.

 

then try to use  EnzRepackMinimize  to design the protein.

But FavorNativeResidue was set as 0.5-3.0, the mutant position numbers are same and there are too many mutant positions.

However, I use the PackRotamersMover  by changing  FavorNativeResidue and can get different mutant position numbers.

How can I solve it? Thanks.

 

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Adding bridged water interaction in constraint file

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Enzyme Design

Hi,

 

I am working on Rosetta Enzyme Design Application trying to design a protein with a particular ligand in desired geometry. I wanted to define a bridged hydrogen bond interaction between the carboxylate group on the ligand and the arginine residue in protein via water molecule.

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How to minimize only a few key residues' orientation

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Enzyme Design

Hi everyone,

I am currently checking mutations of some key residues in the substrate binding pocket. So far, I used pymol wizard to automatically iterate all 20 amino aicds mutations from position and then use rosetta minimizer to optimize the local energy. 

Since I only change a few residues of the protein, is there any ways that I can only minimize a few positions instead of minimization of whole protein?

 

Thanks,

Ronghai

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Consistent XYZvector length() zero failure in EnzDes

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Enzyme Design
Non-Canonical Peptides

So...a bunch of other posts says to just rerun it if Rosetta fails with "cannot normalize xyzVector of length() zero". But what if you DO get this error consistently across different runs with different seeds? Like, every time? Where should I start looking to even solve this problem? I'm running EnzDes in Rosetta 3.8 (working on updating to 3.10), and it fails here. I am using a NCAA and a water molecule in the active site. 

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Error in enzyme_design.default.linuxgccrelease: corrupted size vs. prev_size

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Design
Enzyme Design

Dear Rosetta Team,

I am trying to run enzyme design protocol on protein model with 2 Iron ions, 2 Ions, 1 molecule and 1 water molecule (!). Problem is it is getting core dump/segmentation fault each time I run it. After various code recompilations and printing the error I came came to know the error is at "EnzdesBaseProtocol::enzdes_pack(" in EnzdesBaseProtocol.cc.

code:

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Incorporating Rosetta Binary and Database to a Web Server Pipeline

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Design
Scoring
Enzyme Design
Constraints
Small Molecules
ROSIE

Our lab is planning to design a web server, and we would like to incorporate one of the binaries and the corresponding Rosetta database in our pipeline. 

We would like to incorporate Rosetta's supercharge binary (https://www.rosettacommons.org/docs/latest/application_documentation/design/supercharge) along with the corresponding common database in our web server as a component of our web server pipeline.

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