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Competition hybridisation

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Competition hybridisation

(Science: molecular biology, technique) a lab technique used to determine how similar two strands of single-stranded nucleic acids are to each other by putting them with a third strand (called a standard) and observing how well they can bond with each other to become double-stranded (how well they hybridize).