Article ID: 606 - Last Modified: May 16, 2011
Is there a way to get information about the bad contacts, after Glide docking?
Glide itself doesn't report information about bad contacts, but the pose-viewer mode of the Maestro Project Table provides a very simple way to examine the bad contacts in your Glide results.
Once your Glide pose-viewer file has been incorporated or imported into Maestro and all those entries are selected, use Entry → View Poses → Setup, and then Entry → View Poses → Display Contacts to show the "bad" and "ugly" contacts between the ligand and receptor.
There also is a "Count Contacts" option that will create properties for the numbers of good/bad/ugly contacts for each ligand pose; exporting the Project Table entries would include these properties in the saved structure file.
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