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ANXA13

A gene on chromosome 8q24.13 that encodes annexin 13, a calcium-dependent phospholipid-binding protein that plays a role in regulating cell growth and signal transduction.
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An ISA should be bought only if it dovetails with your long-term financial goals.
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David Taylor, head of savings at Birmingham Midshires, said: 'The Guaranteed Investment ISA follows the highly successful formula of the Birmingham Midshires Equity Linked Tessa which returned pounds 15,572 to savers who invested pounds 9000 of maturing Tessa funds five years ago.
There is no limit to the number of ISAs you can hold across ISA years, so long as you do not invest in more than one cash and one stocks and shares ISA each tax year.
ISA is also in talks for five investigative agency acquisitions.
ISA savings accumulate year after year and they stay protected in a wrapper from the taxman, so, if you did become a taxpayer later on, your savings would remain exempt from tax.
So one of the first decisions you will have to make is whether to go for a "maxi" ISA or one or more "mini " ISAs.
ISA serves customers globally through offices in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.
The addition of a Symetron(TM) Enhanced ISA and controller should boost fuel economy, improve performance on steep inclines, and simplify maintenance by switching belt-driven accessories to electric drive.
org[TM], the open collaborative organization that enables, develops and promotes Power Architecture[TM] technology, today announced the availability of the merged instruction set architecture--Power ISA Version 2.
We are widely recognized as the source for unbiased, authoritative standards," said 2007 ISA President Steve Huffman.