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I am trying to reproduce the the results from this paper 'Automatic and accurate ligand structure determination guided by cryo-electron microscopy maps', but when I try to run the script from the paper (de3mo) i'm getting the following error:
Option matching -in:file:override_database_params not found in command line top-level context
I am working with a protein with a bound small molecule (non-covalent). I've managed in creating parameters for the ligand and relaxing the complex following this workflow: https://new.rosettacommons.org/demos/latest/public/relax_around_chemically_bound_ligand/README
Hi, I am having trouble minimizing a protein that contains trehalose. Unfortunately, Rosetta does not like trehalose and always deforms it.
I have no problems with glucose, that's weird because trehalose is a glucose disaccharide. I am using the flag -include_sugars and the relaxed structure has unrealistic energies because it forces the formation of non-existing bonds. The main problem is that rosetta assumes it is ->2)-alpha-D-GlucP
I want to relax a protein with a ligand in a specific position using the simple "relax.linuxgccrelease" program. However, I found that if the atom names (third column at the PDB) are not as expected, the output "relaxed" PDB shows a weird ligand (it looks more like an insect than a molecule), regardless if the ligand is already parameterized in Rosetta (Sorbitol [SOR] in this case). Once the atom names are fixed, the relaxed structures make sense.
I have been trying to perform Ligand Docking with the ROSETTA software. I describe what I have done:
1. First, I have the ligands in sdf/mol2 format one per file. I add hydrogens to these and create the params files with the "molfile_to_params.py" script.
2. Second, I clean the protein (no ligands or cofactors) and add H to the protein.
3. Third, I concatenate the protein with each ligand in a different file for each ligand (the ligand has chain identifier X, the protein A).
Hi, I'm minimizing structures in a list of PDB's using the -l option. Some structures have different ligands which I'd like to ignore or skip. The -ignore_unrecognized_res doesn't work. Minimize got bumped out trying to fill in missing atoms. Apparently it did not see or understand the flag.
I'm trying to use pyrosetta.rosetta.protocols.quantum_annealing.ExternalPackerResultLoader for a project of side-chain packing small peptides with a fixed backbone. I've gotten as far as building the Mover: instantiate the mover, giving it rebuild info and the string with selected rotamers.
The problem I run into comes when I try to apply it to the starting pose; I get a warning: