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AD4.1_extended.dat

by morris last modified 2009-05-29 09:43

This is the default parameter file for AutoGrid 4.0.0 and AutoDock 4.0.1. It can also be used as an alternative parameter file for AutoGrid 4.2 and AutoDock 4.2, although the AD4.1_bound.dat file is the default for version 4.2. The coefficients of the model were derived using the assumption that the unbound ligand is in the extended conformation. The DPF keyword "compute_unbound_extended" _must_ be used with this set of parameters.

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# $Id: AD4.1_extended.dat,v 1.5 2009/03/25 23:50:14 rhuey Exp $
# 
# AutoDock 
# 
# Copyright (C) 1989-2007,  Garrett M. Morris, David S. Goodsell, Ruth Huey, Arthur J. Olson, 
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# AutoDock Linear Free Energy Model Coefficients and Energetic Parameters
#                   Version 4.1 Extended
#                     $Revision: 1.5 $

# FE_unbound_model is used to specify how the internal energy of the
# ligand should be treated when estimating the free energy of binding,
# and can be set to one of the following strings:
#   unbound_same_as_bound, extended, or compact
# unbound_same_as_bound -- this assumes the internal energy of the ligand is the
#                          same before and after binding.
# extended -- this assumes the internal energy of the ligand is that of an 
#             extended conformation when unbound.
# compact -- this assumes the internal energy of the ligand is that of a 
#            compact conformation when unbound.
#FE_unbound_model extended

# AutoDock 4 free energy coefficients with respect to original (AD2) energetic parameters
#  This model assumes that the unbound conformation is extended.
#  See Table 3 in Huey,Morris,Olson&Goodsell (2007) J Comput Chem 28: 1145-1152.
#
#               Free Energy Coefficient
#               ------
FE_coeff_vdW    0.1560
FE_coeff_hbond  0.0974
FE_coeff_estat  0.1465
FE_coeff_desolv 0.1159
FE_coeff_tors   0.2744

# AutoDock 4 Energy Parameters

# - Atomic solvation volumes and parameters
# - Unweighted vdW and Unweighted H-bond Well Depths
#
# - Atom Types
# - Rii = sum of vdW radii of two like atoms (in Angstrom)
# - epsii = vdW well depth (in Kcal/mol)
# - vol = atomic solvation volume (in Angstrom^3)
# - solpar = atomic solvation parameter
# - Rij_hb = H-bond radius of the heteroatom in contact with a hydrogen (in Angstrom)
# - epsij_hb = well depth of H-bond (in Kcal/mol)
# - hbond = integer indicating type of H-bonding atom (0=no H-bond)
# - rec_index = initialised to -1, but later on holds count of how many of this atom type are in receptor
# - map_index = initialised to -1, but later on holds the index of the AutoGrid map
# - bond_index = used in AutoDock to detect bonds; see "mdist.h", enum {C,N,O,H,XX,P,S}
#
# - To obtain the Rij value for non H-bonding atoms, calculate the 
#        arithmetic mean of the Rii values for the two atom types.
#        Rij = (Rii + Rjj) / 2
#
# - To obtain the epsij value for non H-bonding atoms, calculate the 
#        geometric mean of the epsii values for the two atom types.
#        epsij = sqrt( epsii * epsjj )
#
# - Note that the Rij_hb value is non-zero for heteroatoms only, and zero for H atoms;
#        to obtain the length of an H-bond, look up Rij_hb for the heteroatom only; 
#        this is combined with the Rii value for H in the receptor, in AutoGrid.
#        For example, the Rij_hb for OA-HD H-bonds will be (1.9 + 1.0) Angstrom, 
#        and the weighted epsij_hb will be 5.0 kcal/mol * FE_coeff_hbond.
#
#        Atom   Rii                             Rij_hb       rec_index
#        Type         epsii           solpar         epsij_hb    map_index
#                            vol                          hbond     bond_index
#        --     ----  -----  -------  --------  ---  ---  -  --  -- --
atom_par H      2.00  0.020   0.0000   0.00051  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  3	# Non H-bonding Hydrogen
atom_par HD     2.00  0.020   0.0000   0.00051  0.0  0.0  2  -1  -1  3	# Donor 1 H-bond Hydrogen
atom_par HS     2.00  0.020   0.0000   0.00051  0.0  0.0  1  -1  -1  3	# Donor S Spherical Hydrogen
atom_par C      4.00  0.150  33.5103  -0.00143  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  0	# Non H-bonding Aliphatic Carbon
atom_par A      4.00  0.150  33.5103  -0.00052  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  0	# Non H-bonding Aromatic Carbon
atom_par N      3.50  0.160  22.4493  -0.00162  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  1	# Non H-bonding Nitrogen
atom_par NA     3.50  0.160  22.4493  -0.00162  1.9  5.0  4  -1  -1  1	# Acceptor 1 H-bond Nitrogen
atom_par NS     3.50  0.160  22.4493  -0.00162  1.9  5.0  3  -1  -1  1	# Acceptor S Spherical Nitrogen
atom_par OA     3.20  0.200  17.1573  -0.00251  1.9  5.0  5  -1  -1  2	# Acceptor 2 H-bonds Oxygen
atom_par OS     3.20  0.200  17.1573  -0.00251  1.9  5.0  3  -1  -1  2	# Acceptor S Spherical Oxygen
atom_par F      3.09  0.080  15.4480  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Fluorine
atom_par Mg     1.30  0.875   1.5600  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Magnesium
atom_par MG     1.30  0.875   1.5600  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Magnesium
atom_par P      4.20  0.200  38.7924  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  5	# Non H-bonding Phosphorus
atom_par SA     4.00  0.200  33.5103  -0.00214  2.5  1.0  5  -1  -1  6	# Acceptor 2 H-bonds Sulphur
atom_par S      4.00  0.200  33.5103  -0.00214  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  6	# Non H-bonding Sulphur
atom_par Cl     4.09  0.276  35.8235  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Chlorine
atom_par CL     4.09  0.276  35.8235  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Chlorine
atom_par Ca     1.98  0.550   2.7700  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Calcium
atom_par CA     1.98  0.550   2.7700  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Calcium
atom_par Mn     1.30  0.875   2.1400  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Manganese
atom_par MN     1.30  0.875   2.1400  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Manganese
atom_par Fe     1.30  0.010   1.8400  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Iron
atom_par FE     1.30  0.010   1.8400  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Iron
atom_par Zn     1.48  0.550   1.7000  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Zinc
atom_par ZN     1.48  0.550   1.7000  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Zinc
atom_par Br     4.33  0.389  42.5661  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Bromine
atom_par BR     4.33  0.389  42.5661  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Bromine
atom_par I      4.72  0.550  55.0585  -0.00110  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  4	# Non H-bonding Iodine
atom_par Z      4.00  0.150  33.5103  -0.00143  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  0  # Non H-bonding covalent map
atom_par G      4.00  0.150  33.5103  -0.00143  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  0	# Ring closure Glue Aliphatic Carbon  # SF
atom_par GA     4.00  0.150  33.5103  -0.00052  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  0	# Ring closure Glue Aromatic Carbon   # SF
atom_par J      4.00  0.150  33.5103  -0.00143  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  0	# Ring closure Glue Aliphatic Carbon  # SF
atom_par Q      4.00  0.150  33.5103  -0.00143  0.0  0.0  0  -1  -1  0	# Ring closure Glue Aliphatic Carbon  # SF

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