Conserved Waters Program?

Li-Wei Hung lwhung at mh1.lbl.gov
Fri Jan 17 20:09:08 EST 1997


Just in case you couldn't find the program that does it all.

Long time ago I also did water clustering but with several steps.

1. Use 'watertidy' (in ccp4) to make sure waters are not symmetry related
ones.
2. Use different res-id or chain-id for waters in different pdbs.
3. Superpose all pdbs to a reference pdb.
4. Cut and paste waters all together in one pdb.
5. Use 'contact'(in ccp4), and select distance range of clustering.
   ( in your case 0.0 to 0.5)
6. Check the output file and you'll see what you want.

The results were good when checked on a graphics terminal. I am not quite
sure if
0.5A is a good number for clustering cutoff. It depends on the coordinate
errors and hence the resolution of your structures.

I probably still have most of the input files. Let me know if you 
need help. 



Li-Wei
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