MIRAS

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MIRAS

Multiple isomorphous replacement with anomalous scattering. A technique that is the most common approach to solving the phase problem in X-ray crystallography, which consists of soaking the crystal sample of interest in a heavy-atom solution, or co-crystallisation with the heavy atom. The electron density data is then used to resolve macromolecular structures.
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But homeowners are likely to be hit in the pocket with a cut or even abolition of MIRAS, Mortgage Interest Relief at Source.
Mortgage Interest Relief At Source (MIRAS) is 15 per cent, which would apply to all of the pounds 12,000.
This stands for Mortgage Interest Relief At Source. Although this has been reduced over the past few years, MIRAS presently gives you tax relief of 15 per cent on the first pounds 30,000 of your mortgage.

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