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Dataset showing the impact of the protonation states on molecular dynamics of HIV protease.

Dataset showing the impact of the protonation states on molecular dynamics of HIV protease.
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Soares RO, Torres PH, da Silva ML, Pascutti PG,


Soares RO, Torres PH, da Silva ML, Pascutti PG, (click to view)

Soares RO, Torres PH, da Silva ML, Pascutti PG,

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Data in brief 2016 07 258() 1144-50 doi 10.1016/j.dib.2016.07.040

Abstract

The data described here supports the research article "Unraveling HIV Protease Flaps Dynamics by Constant pH Molecular Dynamics Simulations" (Soares et al., 2016) [1]. The data involves both standard Molecular Dynamics (MD) and Constant pH Molecular Dynamics (CpHMD) to elucidate the effect of protonation states of catalytic dyad on the HIV-PR conformation. The data obtained from MD simulation demonstrate that the protonation state of the two aspartic acids (Asp25/Asp25′) has a strong influence on the dynamics of the HIV-PR. Regarding the CpHMD simulation, we performed pka calculations for HIV-PR and the data indicate that only one catalytic aspartate should be protonated.

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