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S-fold

fold / ~s / ~ed v

S-fold

fold / ~s n

Woolf’s Un/Folding(s) The Artist and the Event of the Neo-Baroque

23S rRNA assisted folding of cytoplasmic malate dehydrogenase is distinctly different from its self-folding

Microsomal P450s Use Specific Proline—Rich Sequences for Efficient Folding, but Not for Maintenance of the Folded Structure

The Flux and Folds of Consciousness:Marie Darrieussecq’s Literatureof Simulation and Dispersal

U–Pb Zircon Studies of Mid-crustal Metasedimentary Enclaves from the S-type Deddick Granodiorite, Lachlan Fold Belt, SE Australia

Antagonism, non-native interactions and non-two-state folding in S6 revealed by double-mutant cycle analysis

Mutations in domain V of the 23S ribosomal RNA of Bacillus subtilis that inactivate its protein folding property in vitro

Folding of the group I intron ribozyme from the 26S rRNA gene of Candida albicans

Computer simulation of chaperone effects of Archaeal C/D box sRNA binding on rRNA folding

A Neatly Folded Hope: The Capacity of Revolutionary Affect in Carlos Bulosan’s The Cry and the Dedication

Improving outcome prediction of systemic sclerosis from isolated Raynaud’s phenomenon: role of autoantibodies and nail-fold capillaroscopy

Importance of a Proline-Rich Sequence in the Amino-Terminal Region for Correct Folding of Mitochondrial and Soluble Microbial P450S

Igneous and Metamorphic Enclaves in the S-type Deddick Granodiorite, Lachlan Fold Belt, SE Australia: Petrographic, Geochemical and Nd-Sr Isotopic Evidence for Crustal Melting and Magma Mixing

The initial U3 snoRNA:pre-rRNA base pairing interaction required for pre-18S rRNA folding revealed by in vivo chemical probing

Comment on ‘Chemical remagnetization of the Upper Carboniferous—Lower Triassic Pyeongan Supergroup in the Jeongseon area, Korea: fluid migration through the Ogcheon Fold Belt’ by Y.H. Park, S.-J. Doh and D. Suk

 

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An asymmetrical parasitic fold whose approximately S-shaped profile, when observed down the plunge of the fold axis, indicates its position on the right limb of the major anticline, but not on the syncline. See minor fold.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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