Protein MD Setup tutorial using BioExcel Building Blocks (biobb)
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--AmberTools package version--

This tutorial aims to illustrate the process of setting up a simulation system containing a protein, step by step, using the BioExcel Building Blocks library (biobb) wrapping the AmberTools utility from the AMBER package. The particular example used is the Lysozyme protein (PDB code 1AKI).

Workflow engine is a jupyter notebook. It can be run in binder, following the link given, or locally. Auxiliar libraries used are: nbcondakernels, nglview, ipywidgets, plotly, and simpletraj. Environment can be setup using the included environment.yml file.

Parameters

Inputs

Parameters needed to configure the workflow:

  • pdbCode: PDB code of the experimental complex structure (if exists).

Outputs

Output files generated (named according to the input parameters given above):

  • output_ions_pdb_path: System structure of the MD setup protocol. Structure generated during the MD setup and used in the MD simulation. With hydrogen atoms, solvent box and counterions.
  • output_free_traj_path: Final trajectory of the MD setup protocol.
  • output_free_rst_path: Final checkpoint file, with information about the state of the simulation. It can be used to restart or continue a MD simulation.
  • output_ions_top_path: Final topology of the MD system in AMBER Parm7 format.
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Bayarri, G., & Hospital, A. (2021). Protein MD Setup tutorial using BioExcel Building Blocks (biobb) (jupyter notebook). WorkflowHub. https://doi.org/10.48546/WORKFLOWHUB.WORKFLOW.130.1
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Version 1 Created 30th Jun 2021 at 12:47 by Genís Bayarri

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