[phenixbb] 2 Wonderings: adding H atoms and overcoming overfitting problem
yjcho at brandeis.edu
Thu Feb 19 09:24:52 PST 2009
Have you had a chance to look at my pdb files? Anyway, I was suggested to use molprobity website and I could get hydrogen added pdb file from there.
I am inclined to think it is another bug of phenix though, which I thought was solved from new version. Just let me know what the problem is.
Then have a good day!
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From: "Nigel W Moriarty" <NWMoriarty at lbl.gov>
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Subject: Re: [phenixbb] 2 Wonderings: adding H atoms and overcoming overfitting problem
Which version of PHENIX are you using? If you send your files directly
to me I'll determine what is happening.
On 2/16/09 8:34 AM, Young-Jin Cho wrote:
> my current wonderings are as below:
> First, how can I add H atoms into nucleotide ligands in pdb file?
> I did 'phenix.reduce model.pdb > model_h.pdb', but as I see it didn't add H's of sugar (1', 2', 3' 4' and 5').
> Once I had this kind of problem before, I was suggested to use phenix.ready_set command but seemingly this does not work any longer with last version that I am using now. Also, is it possible to add H into phosphate group?
> The second very general question is about getting over overfitting problem. My phenix runs gave me too much difference between R and Rfree about .7 w/o adding H atoms. I assume it came from water molecules because it(huge gap) just starts to happen after 1_bss stage. If anybody can suggest a good way to get over this problem, you will save my tremendous times and useless efforts.
> Big thanks in advance,
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