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Adapting Poisson-Boltzmann to the self-consistent mean field theory: Application to protein side-chain modeling
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10.1063/1.3621831
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Illustration of the definition of probabilist maps for Poisson-Boltzmann calculation. Let us consider a toy protein consisting of two amino acids, i and m, that can both adapt one of the two possible conformations, or rotamers. The two rotamers for amino acid i are assigned weights P(i, 1) and P(i, 2) such that P(i, 1) + P(i, 2) = 1. The corresponding multi-copy system is shown on the left, overlaid on a Cartesian grid. As the two conformations for amino acid i are independent realization of the side-chain position, the probability ρ i (S) that amino acid i covers a site S is simply the weighted sum of the probabilities ρ i1(S) and ρ i2(S) of each of its conformations covering S (A). The same applies for amino acid m (B). As i and m co-exist in the protein, the probability γ solv (S) that site S remains “uncovered,” i.e., accessible to solvent, is given by a product rule (C).

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Effects of adding the electrostatic free energy as computed by PB in the SCMF functional free energy on side-chain prediction accuracy. The dihedral angles χ1 and χ2 are considered to be correctly predicted if their values are within 40° of their reference values in the native structures.

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The accuracy with which the dihedral angles χ1 of all residues in the DRESS database are predicted is plotted as a function of the accessibility of the residue to solvent, for the SCMF calculation with (continuous line) and without (dashed line) the PB solvation free energy.

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The accuracy of SCMF-PB is compared to those of other side-chain prediction programs for a range of side-chain accessibility S (in %).

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CPU time required for predicting the conformations of all side chains of a protein versus the number of residues of the protein on a log-log scale, for different methods. The slope of the fitted lines are 0.1, 0.6, 0.98, 1.0, 1.3, and 1.6 for SCMF-PB, TREEPACK, SCAP, OPUS, SCWRL4, and SCMF, respectively.

Tables

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The SCMF-PB method for predicting side-chain conformations

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Table I.

Improvement of SCMF-PB over SCMF.

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Table II.

Accuracy of SCMF-PB compared to other methods.

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Scitation: Adapting Poisson-Boltzmann to the self-consistent mean field theory: Application to protein side-chain modeling
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/135/5/10.1063/1.3621831
10.1063/1.3621831
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