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Author:  gtzotzos [ Wed Nov 23, 2011 4:43 pm ]
Post subject:  Interactions Table: interpreting results

Hi,

I'd appreciate your advice on interpreting results such as the example of a H-Bond shown below:
H (16)
[2.96] – LEU72 (CB, O)

Does the number in the parenthesis (16) stand for the docking run? I guess the number in the square brackets is distance. Am I correct?

Last but not least, how does one interpret interactions shown as "other". Are these referring to the lowest Energy conformation?

Maybe these questions were answered earlier but I failed to find the answers in the archive.

Many thanks in advance

George

Author:  bikadi [ Fri Nov 25, 2011 11:22 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Interactions Table: interpreting results

gtzotzos wrote:
Hi,

I'd appreciate your advice on interpreting results such as the example of a H-Bond shown below:
H (16)
[2.96] – LEU72 (CB, O)

Does the number in the parenthesis (16) stand for the docking run? I guess the number in the square brackets is distance. Am I correct?

Last but not least, how does one interpret interactions shown as "other". Are these referring to the lowest Energy conformation?

Maybe these questions were answered earlier but I failed to find the answers in the archive.

Many thanks in advance

George


Hi,

thank you for the question, it is important to clarify this issue.
the number in the parenthesis is the atomic number of the given atom. The interaction table shows the interactions of the selected docking.

Zsolt

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