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Old 09-15-2011, 02:59 AM   #1
gavin.oliver
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Default Cufflinks deconvolution warnings and fpkm_tracking files

Hi all,

I am aware that deconvolution warnings in the isoforms.fpkm_tracking files generated by cufflinks mean the entry should be treated with suspicion/ignored.

However, am I correct in thinking that the FPKM value for the corresponding gene in the genes.fpkm_tracking file should still be safe to use, since the deconvolution is a transcript-level problem?

Thanks in advance.
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