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where to obtain PORPHYRINH.RTF?
#21022 05/26/09 09:26 PM
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Dear all:
I am now working on a protein contains residues like CXM, RG1 and BCL. I got to know that BCL parameter set can be found in PORPHYRINH.RTF but I can't find it in my CHARMM package. Anyone can help?
Also anyone can show me how to get parameter set for FME?
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Zhiping

Re: where to obtain PORPHYRINH.RTF?
xuzp #21023 05/26/09 09:49 PM
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The PORPHYRINH.RTF file is part of a different force field, which was distributed with the commercial CHARMm package; it is NOT compatible with the academic CHARMM force field.


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Re: where to obtain PORPHYRINH.RTF?
rmv #21040 05/27/09 02:42 PM
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CXM, RG1 and BCL don't seem common abbreviations to me. Please give complete chemical names.


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