If none of a cell's candidates match with one of the strip's combinations and those digits do not occur in any of the strip's other combinations, those candidates can be removed from all cells in the strip.
If the combinations for intersecting rows and columns have in common exactly one unique digit, that digit must occur in the intersecting cell, and so all other candidates can be deleted from that cell.
A strip has a combination with a unique digit. If this unique digit remains as a candidate in one cell while a second cell in the strip does not contain any of the other digits for its combination, the unique digit can be removed from the first cell.
When a strip has a unique combination and one of the combination's digits occurs in only a single cell, it must be the solution for that cell and all the other candidates in the cell can be removed.