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Old 09-25-2013, 02:20 AM   #1
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Default which files to use from already-analysed ENCODE RNA-seq data?

Hi all, Im newbie in RNA-seq so I hope someone can help

I need to use the information from two RNA-seq data from ENCODE but there are several file types that I can use:


exons, genedenovo, junctions, splices... which file is more recommended? I guess all are important for different things, but I just want to take a general look

I also have this one:


Can anyone give a bit of light in this path?

Thanks in advance!
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