HYBRID docks molecules using a single receptor or using multiple structures of the target protein. When using a single structure, the input files are simply the receptor and the ligand database. However, when using multiple structures of the target protein, the input files are all of the receptor files and the ligand database.
- receptor1.oeb.gz - a receptor file containing the structure of the target protein and a bound ligand.
- receptor2.oeb.gz - a receptor file containing the structure of the second target protein and a bound ligand. This receptor file should have a different structure of the same target protein in receptor1.oeb.gz, generally with a different bound ligand.
- multiconformer_ligands.oeb.gz - conformationally expanded 3D ligands to dock.
> hybrid -receptor 2IKO_receptor.oeb.gz -dbase all.oeb.gz
- hybrid_docked.oeb.gz - top 500 scoring molecules of all.oeb.gz docked into 2IKO_receptor.oeb.gz.
- hybrid_undocked.oeb.gz - molecules of all.oeb.gz that could not be docked into the active site (generally occurs if the molecules are too big for the site). This file will not be present if all molecules were successfully docked to the active site.
- hybrid_score.txt - a tab separated text file containing the name and score of each of the top 500 ligands.
- hybrid_report.txt - a text report of the docking process.
- hybrid_settings.param - a text file containing the parameters used for this run.
- hybrid_status.txt - a text file that is written periodically during the run with the status of the run.
If you have a multi-processor machine, you can use the OpenMPI option.
> hybrid -mpi_np 4 -receptor 2IKO_receptor.oeb.gz -dbase all.oeb.gz -prefix 2IKO_hybrid