Gold [adjective]

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True neutralizing-antibody assays, which are the gold standard, use a live SARS-CoV-2 virus, which means they have to be conducted in a specialized lab with heightened safety and security protocols.

In an Olympic event, an official’s mistake could send the wrong player or team home with the gold medal.

That said, fleeing into “safe haven” assets like gold or treasuries may be premature.

“The gold spigot hasn’t launched yet,” Sawtelle said of TikTok.

To ensure that the X chromosome was as accurate as possible, the researchers combined nanopore sequencing with results from a further two gold-standard sequencing technologies and approaches for mapping the genome.

They estimate that roughly one-third of leading performers earn six figures annually, making it the gold standard among professional leagues.

Capitol Hill is home to many popular attractions, including the Molly Brown House Museum and the gold-domed state capitol.

The seizure corpus encapsulates EEG recordings from people with epilepsy, which is the gold standard for monitoring seizures.

Such placebo-controlled trials are the gold standard for evaluating how well a medical treatment works.

I don’t know about income tax and gold standards and so forth.