Similar fold | Article about similar fold by The Free Dictionary
similar fold[′sim·ə·lər ′fōld]
A fold in deformed beds in which the successive folds resemble each other.
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BLAST searches of non-GTPase proteins with a similar fold
to the GTP-binding domain
Boston had similar folds
in 1952, 1974, 1978, 1991 and 1993.
and faults form the roots of the modern Appalachians and Rocky Mountains, says Cook.