[Dock-fans] Distorted bond Angles

Marco marco at chimfarm.unipg.it
Thu Jun 16 06:08:38 PDT 2011


Hi all, and hi Trent!

Thank you for your previous answer.
In these day I've tried to edit the flex.defn file but I get always the same
results.

I'm trying to dock a derivative of 4'Phenylcinnamic acid in my target.
If I used the rigid protocol after the predetermination of the conformers I
obtain a wonderful pose, near the experimental data I have.

But if I use the flex protocol (the classic flex.in changing only the
max_orientations to 10000) I obtain very weird poses. The orientation is
more or less good, but the two phenyl groups are planar (while I suppose
there is a little torsion since there are substituents on the aromatic
rings) and the oleifin moiety is completely out of the plane...

In the flex.defn I added the following lines aimed to sample the torsional
bond between the rings, but it doesn't work. Moreover I can't understand the
meaning of the round or squared brackets.

name           aromatic-aromatic
driver_id      122
minimize       0

definition     C.ar [ 3 C.ar ]
definition     C.ar [ 3 C.ar ]

I'm really sorry to reply my case, but I retain is a very general one, and I
guess it can be useful for other dock users.

Thank you!

----
Marco Cellanetti, 
PhD Student.
Bachelor Degree in Medicinal Chemistry and Technology of Drugs

University of Perugia
Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Drug's Technology
Via del Liceo, 1 - 06123 Perugia (Italy)
Tel ++39 075 585 5169/5114



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> Hi all!
> I'm a new dock user. Following the tutorial I've performed docking studies
> on my target. I'm actually docking a small molecule with a cinnamic acid
> moiety in a flexible way. Unfortunately the olefine bond in the docking
> solution is distorted in an unnatural manner. To overcome this problem I
can
> dock in the rigid way the conformers of my small molecule, but I'd like to
> know if there is a way to set manually as rigid bond some bonds of my
> molecule.
> 
> Any advice is very appreciated. 
> Thank you.
> 
> Marco 
> 
> 
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> PhD Student.
> Bachelor Degree in Medicinal Chemistry and Technology of Drugs
> 
> University of Perugia
> Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Drug's Technology
> Via del Liceo, 1 - 06123 Perugia (Italy)
> Tel ++39 075 585 5169/5114
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> Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2011 10:03:43 -0400
> From: &quot;Trent E. Balius&quot; &lt;tbalius at aol.com&gt;
> Subject: Re: [Dock-fans] Distorted bond Angles
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>  Hi Marco,
>     
> One approach to sample this distorted torsion is to modify the flex.defn
and the flex_drive.tbl files.
>     
> See the following:
> http://dock.compbio.ucsf.edu/DOCK_6/dock6_manual.htm#flexdefn
>   http://dock.compbio.ucsf.edu/DOCK_6/dock6_manual.htm#flex_drivetbl
> In addition consult the following:
> http://mailman.docking.org/pipermail/dock-fans/2010-May/002360.html
> 
> Excerpt from flex.defn:
> name sp3-sp3 
> drive_id 3 
> minimize 1 
> definition .3 [ 3 H ] [ 3 O.co2 ] 
> definition .3 [ 3 H ] [ 3 O.co2 ] 
>     
> Here you can see the the flexible definition file specifies a torsion
angle and gives the drive type (drive_id). 
>     
>   Excerpt from flex_drive.tbl
> drive_id 3 
> positions 3 
> torsions -60 60 180 
> 
>  
> Here you can see that the flexible drive table specifies the angle to be
sampled for the drive type.
> 
> You should modify the flex.defn to have an entry for the olefine bond and
use of create an appropriate entry in the flex_drive.tbl file.
>   
> You may want to also verify that your small molecule mol2 file has the
correct hybridization and protonation.  
> 
> I hope this helps,
> 
> 
>  
> 
> Trent E. Balius
> Graduate Student, Rizzo Group,
> Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics,
> Stony Brook University.
> Office: Math Tower 3-129, Phone: (631) 632-8519
> URL: http://www.ams.sunysb.edu/~tbalius/
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> From: Marco &lt;marco at chimfarm.unipg.it&gt;
> To: dock-fans at mailman.docking.org
> Sent: Fri, Jun 10, 2011 8:43 am
> Subject: [Dock-fans] Distorted bond Angles
> 
> 
> Hi all!
> I'm a new dock user. Following the tutorial I've performed docking studies
> on my target. I'm actually docking a small molecule with a cinnamic acid
> moiety in a flexible way. Unfortunately the olefine bond in the docking
> solution is distorted in an unnatural manner. To overcome this problem I
can
> dock in the rigid way the conformers of my small molecule, but I'd like to
> know if there is a way to set manually as rigid bond some bonds of my
> molecule.
> 
> Any advice is very appreciated. 
> Thank you.
> 
> Marco 
> 
> 
> ----
> Marco Cellanetti, 
> PhD Student.
> Bachelor Degree in Medicinal Chemistry and Technology of Drugs
> 
> University of Perugia
> Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Drug's Technology
> Via del Liceo, 1 - 06123 Perugia (Italy)
> Tel ++39 075 585 5169/5114
> 
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