normal united atoms for protien?

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9 years 11 months ago #3991 by albumns
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Hello:

I am going to simulate a big membrane protein and I am just wondering is it possible to treat the protein as united atoms so that we still know some details of protein, while the rest would still be martine particle?

I noticed a recent paper for CHARMM-GUI:

Chem. Info & Model. 2014 (54) 1003-1009

entitled: charmm-gui pace cg builder for solution, micelle, and bilayer coarse-grained simulations

can mix united-atom with cg model.

it would be great if we can also do this with martini.

thank you very much.

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9 years 11 months ago #3993 by Clement
Replied by Clement on topic united atoms for protien?
State of the art from our lab: scitation.aip.org/content/aip/journal/jc.../5/10.1063/1.4863329 .

But... isn't this CHARMM-GUI PACE CG Builder thingy using Martini too?

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