ADL: Help in covalent docking using autodock vina
trott at scripps.edu
Mon Jan 6 17:47:07 PST 2014
There are two ways in which people do "covalent docking" with
AutoDock: using pseudoatoms to keep some anchor atom next to a
predetermined spot, or by treating the ligand like a side chain,
covalently attached to the protein. With Vina, you should probably use
the second method, as Vina doesn't take pseudoatoms. All atom types in
the ligand should be recognizable by Vina, of course.
On Mon, Dec 23, 2013 at 7:00 AM, tusharranjanmoharana
<tusharranjan at ccmb.res.in> wrote:
> When I tried to perform a covalent docking using ADT and autodock vina I got
> the following message
> Unknown atom type Z in ligand.
> I will be grateful if someone can suggest anything.
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The Scripps Research Institute
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