AMBER Archive (2009)
Subject: RE: [AMBER] ATP/GTP parameters
From: FyD (fyd_at_q4md-forcefieldtools.org)
Date: Tue Sep 01 2009 - 11:25:45 CDT
> I would greatly appreciate that! Please do send the ATP, AMP, GTP,
> GMP and finally dATP and dGTP libraries.
Two force field topology databases are available: for (i) the Cornell
et al. (ff94 up to ff99) or (ii) the Duan et al. FF (ff03).
Which one do you want ?
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> Subject: Re: [AMBER] ATP/GTP parameters
> Dear Steve,
>> I am looking for GTP parameters and looked in the achieves. I found
>> that ATP and GTP had been deposited on the AMBER homepage site.
>> However, looking through all the links, I cannot find them. Have
>> they been incorporated into the newer force field/parameters? (I
>> have AMBER 8 addition.)
> If you are interested I can send you ATP, GTP force field libraries or
> any co-factors you might be interested in deriving from XYP (X = A, C,
> T, G, dA, dC, dT, dG. Y = M D T Q etc... An even more...).
> This force field topology database has been developed in a single
> R.E.D. job. Many co-factor analogs can be constructed since a building
> block approach has been followed. See the list of cafactors built:
> regards, Francois
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