Monday, June 11, 2007

How to Create a Movie of Motions if there's DNA Lesion

We would like to create a movie of these motions for our publication and would not like to use the public morphing server if possible. The morphing of our structures might not possible at all, due to the cisplatin containing DNA lesion. We could send you also the CNS parameter and topology files we used for refinements.

If you submit the protein and DNA separately this should work. You would then have the problem, though, of putting the two back together. What I would suggest is submitting the two jobs and emailing me when they are done. I would then remove them from the public part of the database, but you could still download the structural interpolations. I would suggest using a small number of interpolated frames, at least for a first try, to minimize compute time.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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