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Simulation report

Technical information

General information

Name: Mu-type opioid receptor bound to oliceridine

PDB id: 5C1M

Activation state: Active

Description: Simulations generated using adaptive sampling. A set of simulations covering activation have been concatenated.

Submitted by: Marta Filizola, Icahn School of Medicine at Mout Sinai

System setup

Solvent type: TIP3P

Membrane type: Heterogeneous

Membrane composition: POPC (90.1%), CHL1 (9.9%)

Ionic composition: Chloride, Sodium ion

Number of molecules:

POPC: 137

Chloride: 41

Sodium ion: 27

Cholesterol: 15

Oliceridine: 1

Mu-type opioid receptor: 1

Total number of atoms: 24334

Simulation details

Software and version: ACEMD, 5.0.6

Forcefield and version: CHARMM, May 2015

Time step : 1.0 fs

Delta : 0.1 ns

Replicates: 1

Accumulated simulation time: 1.18 µs

Additonal parameters: Available at "Simulation protocol & starting files"


Simulation protocol & starting files


References

Abhijeet Kapoor, Gerard Martinez-Rosell, Davide Provasi, Gianni de Fabritiis & Marta Filizola. 2017. Dynamic and Kinetic Elements of µ-Opioid Receptor Functional Selectivity. Scientific reports 7 (1). doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-11483-8. (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-11483-8)


Simulation components

Ligands

Orthosteric ligand(s)

Oliceridine

(1 molecule)


Receptor

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Mutations

Table of simulated mutations

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Residue ID Residue seq. position Generic num. From To
264 264 - M A
265 265 - L M


Other molecules



Sodium ion

Specific State ID: 5016

(27 molecules)

Na+


Chloride

Specific State ID: 5017

(41 molecules)

Cl-


POPC

Specific State ID: 5018

(137 molecules)


Oliceridine (orthosteric lig.)

Specific State ID: 5128

(1 molecule)


Cholesterol

Specific State ID: 5022

(15 molecules)