ADL: non-integral charge error
mihaly.mezei at mssm.edu
Tue May 12 10:28:19 PDT 2020
Just to see that the total charge is integral number does not exclude non-integral residue charges say, 0.9 on on one and 1.1 on an other. You can use my program Simulaid (http://inka.mssm.edu/~mezei/simulaid) to check for non-integral residue charges. Note that this usually happens if the crystal structure has missing atoms in those residues - those are listed in the PDB file.
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Subject: ADL: non-integral charge error
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I get a non-integral charge error after preparing my proteins with autodocktools, even though the check total charge says there are no residues with non-integral charges. Why does this error happen, and should I use a different program to assign protein charges? Also I sent this email a week ago and no one responded.
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