This will create 32000 atoms:
Select one atom around the center of the crystal, with the selection editor :
(look around to make sure the selected atom is approximately in the center)
Open the Find window (CTRL / CMD + F or Selection / Find...):
Enter the following search string: n.t a w 20A of n.s in the box named "Selection string" and press the OK button. This is the short form of "node.type atom within 20 Angstrom of node.selected", i.e. all atoms within 20A of the current selection. This selects atoms in a 20A radius sphere:
Open the Find window again, to invert the selection with the following NSL expression: n.t a and !n.s (in the box named "Selection string", then press OK). This means "all nodes that are atoms and that are not selected". This selects everything outside the nanoparticle:
Press the "delete" key to erase the selected atoms, or click on the "Current selection" widget and select "Erase selection":
This leaves the particle alone:
In the Document view, select the Property model called "Selenium crystal" and delete it, i.e. go from
As for ligand libraries, AutoDock Vina Extended module supports libraries with ligands in formats that can be opened in SAMSON, including .pdb, .mol2, .sdf, .xyz, etc, but not .mol and .pdbqt for now. You do not need to import all the ligands in SAMSON, you just need to provide the path to the folder with a ligand library.
Adenita needs older versions of SAMSON because it hasn’t been updated yet (you can see this on the element page). You need to reinstall SAMSON and check the box “Install older versions” to install 0.8.5. Also, please check the requirements on the element page.