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Here's the brief rundown
 
Here's the brief rundown
  
setenv TDHOME /raid1/people/rgc/Source/travel_distance_code_3
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setenv TDHOME /raid1/people/rgc/Source/travel_distance_code_3
  
 
goes in your .cshrc/.login file (and you have to have python+numpy in your path)
 
goes in your .cshrc/.login file (and you have to have python+numpy in your path)
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Then with a pdb file you run:
 
Then with a pdb file you run:
  
$TDHOME/src/tstTravelDepth.py $prefix.pdb
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$TDHOME/src/tstTravelDepth.py $prefix.pdb
  
 
(if you want a finer grid size you can specify it after the pdb file,
 
(if you want a finer grid size you can specify it after the pdb file,
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removed.
 
removed.
  
$TDHOME/src/tstConvexHull.py $TDHOME/bin/qhull $prefix.cav.tst
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$TDHOME/src/tstConvexHull.py $TDHOME/bin/qhull $prefix.cav.tst
  
$TDHOME/src/tstPocketMap.py $prefix.cav.tst $prefix.cav.phi
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$TDHOME/src/tstPocketMap.py $prefix.cav.tst $prefix.cav.phi
  
 
for cavities or
 
for cavities or
  
$TDHOME/src/tstPocketMap.py $prefix.nocav.tst $prefix.nocav.phi
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$TDHOME/src/tstPocketMap.py $prefix.nocav.tst $prefix.nocav.phi
  
 
with no cavities.
 
with no cavities.
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To see the pockets/pick one manually, you can run the following script in pymol:
 
To see the pockets/pick one manually, you can run the following script in pymol:
  
run ~rgc/Source/travel_distance_code_3/pymol/tstdisp.py
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run ~rgc/Source/travel_distance_code_3/pymol/tstdisp.py
  
 
This gives you several new pymol commands to run. First
 
This gives you several new pymol commands to run. First
  
tstOpen $prefix.nocav.tst
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tstOpen $prefix.nocav.tst
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and then:
 
and then:
tstDraw
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tstDraw
  
 
which opens and draws the complete surface. Now you can load a
 
which opens and draws the complete surface. Now you can load a
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$prefix.nocav.tst.tree.tm3 file), where X is your number:
 
$prefix.nocav.tst.tree.tm3 file), where X is your number:
  
tstDraw group=X
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tstDraw group=X
  
 
alternatively, you can run
 
alternatively, you can run
  
tstDrawDeepest
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tstDrawDeepest
  
 
which displays the deepest pocket (the pocket number is encoded as
 
which displays the deepest pocket (the pocket number is encoded as
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had them, or left out if it didn't. Then you run
 
had them, or left out if it didn't. Then you run
  
$TDHOME/src/tm3residues name ALA147+GLY148+HIS190 [any number of tm3 files]
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$TDHOME/src/tm3residues name ALA147+GLY148+HIS190 [any number of tm3 files]
  
 
or
 
or
  
$TDHOME/src/tm3residues num 147+148+190 [any number of tm3 files]
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$TDHOME/src/tm3residues num 147+148+190 [any number of tm3 files]
  
 
There will be a summary file name temp.output.txt which is basically
 
There will be a summary file name temp.output.txt which is basically

Revision as of 17:55, 18 March 2010

I've been forwarding this email to various people, so I figured I should just put it here. This is documentation for the Travel Depth/CLIPPERS code developed in the Sharp lab.

http://crystal.med.upenn.edu/travel_distance.html

Publications:


Here's the brief rundown

setenv TDHOME /raid1/people/rgc/Source/travel_distance_code_3

goes in your .cshrc/.login file (and you have to have python+numpy in your path)

Then with a pdb file you run:

$TDHOME/src/tstTravelDepth.py $prefix.pdb

(if you want a finer grid size you can specify it after the pdb file, the default is 1 angstrom/grid)

After this you'll have several new files, with which you can run the pocket mapping. There are 2 sets of files, one with cavities (completely separated from bulk solvent) and one where those have been removed.

$TDHOME/src/tstConvexHull.py $TDHOME/bin/qhull $prefix.cav.tst
$TDHOME/src/tstPocketMap.py $prefix.cav.tst $prefix.cav.phi

for cavities or

$TDHOME/src/tstPocketMap.py $prefix.nocav.tst $prefix.nocav.phi

with no cavities.

The primary output of these files are $prefix.cav.tst.tree.tm3 files which have data about all the pockets. These are tab-delimited files you can load in excel/spreadsheet program.

To see the pockets/pick one manually, you can run the following script in pymol:

run ~rgc/Source/travel_distance_code_3/pymol/tstdisp.py

This gives you several new pymol commands to run. First

tstOpen $prefix.nocav.tst

and then:

tstDraw

which opens and draws the complete surface. Now you can load a specific pocket by number (the first column in the $prefix.nocav.tst.tree.tm3 file), where X is your number:

tstDraw group=X

alternatively, you can run

tstDrawDeepest

which displays the deepest pocket (the pocket number is encoded as part of the pymol name, right after the name of the file). tstDrawParent goes up from the last drawn pocket, tstDrawParent N goes up the tree N times. When you're happy with the pocket, you can look at the $prefix.nocav.tst.tree.tm3 file and find that pocket id number and look up the various properties it reports.

If you have a list of residues in the binding site, you want to format it like this "ALA147A+GLY148A+HIS190A" or just "147A+148A+190A" or just "147+148+190". Chain numbers should be used if the original file had them, or left out if it didn't. Then you run

$TDHOME/src/tm3residues name ALA147+GLY148+HIS190 [any number of tm3 files]

or

$TDHOME/src/tm3residues num 147+148+190 [any number of tm3 files]

There will be a summary file name temp.output.txt which is basically the rows of the various tm3 files for the pockets that matched the best, with additional data about the overlap between them and the binding site (I think, it's been awhile since I ran this). Anyway, if you have problems, feel free to ask.