Cufflinks RABT assembly paper published

Our new paper on the Cufflinks reference annotation based transcript (RABT) assembly method introduced in v1.0.0 has appeared in Bioinformatics. The paper describes how the RABT assembler builds upon a known reference annotation to better identify novel transcripts. You can try the RABT assembler in Cufflinks by using the -g option as explained in the manual.

Please cite this paper as well as the original Cufflinks paper if using the RABT assembler in your work.