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2 The Electrostatic Term EQ is an electrostatic term computed as EQ = q1q2/dD where q1 is the charge of the probe, q2 the charge of the extended target atom, and D is the dielectric constant value to be used when their pairwise electrostatic interaction is calculated. Computing D is a slow business  because a square-root calculation is always required, and many atom pairs must be studied in a GRID run. D must be estimated individually for each pair, and extensive tests have shown that acceptable results cannot be obtained reliably unless all pairwise values of D and EQ are worked out.
We therefore decided not to restrict the number of atom types in the force field, and we always welcome suggestions from GRID users, although the calibration of a new atom type is a nontrivial job which may take some considerable time. However, more than 10 different types of oxygen atom and 20 types of nitrogen have now been calibrated for GRID as a result of this policy. 4. One of the earliest decisions was to calibrate the GRID force field whenever possible by using experimental measurements rather than theoretical computations, and calorimetric measurements were therefore needed for the initial calibration in order to differentiate the enthalpic and entropic contributions to the overall free energy.
There are several strategies for doing this: . Compute MIFs for multiple conformations of the target; the conformations may come from an NMR ensemble or from conformational searches or molecular dynamics simulations. Permit adaptation of the position of some atoms in the target to optimize the interaction energy of the probe during calculation of the MIFs. In the GRID program, this is routinely done for rotatable hydrogen atoms. It is also possible for the user to do calculations with specified side chains containing several nonhydrogen atoms treated as movable in response to the probe position.