Multi-Ligand Bimolecular Association with Energetics (eMBrAcE) is an automated mechanism that allows one to study the association of ligands with a receptor.
An eMBrAcE minimization is a type of multiple minimization in which each of the specified pre-positioned ligands is minimized, in turn, with the receptor. You can perform eMBrAcE minimization calculations in two modes: Interaction Mode, in which the interaction between each ligand and the substrate is studied, and Energy Difference Mode, in which energy changes upon association are estimated.
For details on the types of calculations that eMBrAce enables see the MacroModel documentation.
Depending on the configuration the output from an eMBrAce calculation can be:
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