How to allow rosetta to recognize the ASP and protonated ASP?

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    • #1856
      Anonymous

        Hi, everbody,
        I’m using enzyme design to redesign a enzyme, and encountering a tough problem for me.
        In the catalytic site, there is a protonated ASP, and a .cst file need to be given to constraint -OH of ASP and ligand.
        Although I find the parameters of protonation state of ASP (ASP_P1.params or ASP_P2.params file) in the installation directory(…/rosetta_database/chemical/residue_type_sets/fa_standard/residue_types/protonation_states),
        the 3 letter abbreviation of protonated ASP is also ASP, so I don’t know how to inform the rosetta to recognize the ASPH.

        I think a simple setting could sovle the problem, but it puzzuled me for a long time.Can someone give me a solution for this?

        Thanks in advance for your suggestions.

        Jeffrey Chen

      • #9920
        Anonymous

          Are you doing this with Rosetta++ or Rosetta3? (This is the Rosetta++ section of the forums.) The path you give indicates you’re probably using Rosetta3 (3.4 or 3.5 perhaps?).

          For new work (i.e. if you’re not trying to replicate/match previous work done in Rosetta++), I’d highly recommend using Rosetta3. Not much development work has been done recently on Rosetta++.

          If you’re using Rosetta3, see my response to your question over there ( https://www.rosettacommons.org/node/3618 ).

        • #9925
          Anonymous

            sorry´╝îI have got the correct answer in Rosetta3 section in the forum. The administrator can delete my topic in Rosetta++ now.

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